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iOS 13.5.1 already includes its privacy policy and more interesting details

CarKey’s privacy policy, although very hidden, is present in iOS 13.5.1, giving hints that the launch of this feature might come sooner than expected. As published by the German site iPhone-ticker.de, the privacy policy is also present in the 13.6 beta, so could see the light before the official release of iOS 14 this autumn .

CarKey, which will allow us to open, close and start our cars directly with our iPhone or Apple Watch , was already discovered in the first iOS 13.4 beta several months ago. Now, with the discovery of the privacy policy, the evidence is accumulating and the details are becoming clearer.

iOS 13.5.1 already includes its privacy policy and more interesting details
iOS 13.5.1 already includes its privacy policy and more interesting details

This policy details how the configuration and pairing system will work and the option to share keys through the Messages app. It also clarifies that Apple will not obtain any information about the vehicle, or its use :

According to the screenshots found in iOS 14, it seems that Apple has already reached an agreement with the manufacturer BMW for the first compatibilities. It remains to be seen if, from the discovery of these screenshots until the date of the presentation, Apple will have closed further deals.

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With all this information it is clear that the launch of CarKey is closer than we thought, being possible that this functionality will be presented in the WWDC next Monday.

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