With the iOS 13 update that was released last week, Apple introduced a number of features that are focused on privacy, including with Apple's login and limited location control. I am particularly impressed by the one that did not have much time in the spotlight during the main WWDC event: the ability to filter calls from numbers you do not know.
Apple will tell you about the new feature on iOS 13:
The new setting protects users from unknown and unwanted callers. Once the setting is turned on, iOS uses Siri's intelligence to allow the call to call your phone from numbers in Contacts, Mail, and Messaging. All other calls are automatically sent to voicemail.
Last year, Apple introduced the ability to spam and spam reporting through the extension of third parties with iOS 12. For this reason, the Indian telecoms regulator issued a highly anticipated DND application in November last year.
Sometimes popular applications such as Truecaller have come to the rescue of iOS users when it comes to identifying unwanted calls. However, there was no automatic "silence" of calls.
According to YouMail, robocall is blocking services, Americans have received as many as 4.9 billion robots last month. In May, the Federal Commission for the United States (FCC) suggests blocking robocalls by default. This performance may take some time, but your new iOS 13 feature can help prevent these annoying calls