Apple is in the process of changing the wording of its notice slightly regarding the iCloud Private Relay error that disabled the VPN-like feature for some users. According to MacRumors, the tech giant will update its rating for users, clarifying that their operators are not always to blame for the problem. After a previous iOS 15.2 update, some users found that they could not use Private Relay on a cellular network. Private Relay guarantees that while the user is on Safari, even Apple cannot see their activities.
The original opinion throws the blame only on the mobile operators:
“Private Relay is disabled for your cellular plan. Your cellular plan does not support iCloud Private Relay. With iCloud Private Relay disabled, this network can monitor your internet activity and your IP address is not hidden from trackers or well-known websites. “
T-Mobile, however, has denied being responsible for the error on its subscribers’ phones. he said Bloomberg Mark Gurman in a declaration that he identified an issue with the iOS 15.2 update that disabled the feature by default. Apple refuse that its update went with changes from Private Relay, as you would expect: “No changes were made to iCloud Private Relay in iOS 15.2 that would have disabled the feature,” said a door -speak.
Whatever the real reason for disabling the feature, resolving the issue can be as easy as re-enabling some settings. The updated advisory that was rolled out with the beta of iOS 15.3 now reads:
“Private Relay is disabled for your cellular plan. Private Relay is not supported by your cellular plan or has been disabled in cellular settings. With Private Relay disabled, this network can monitor your internet activity and your IP address. is not hidden from known trackers or websites. “
Apples support page Now also contains instructions on how to resolve the issue: If Private Relay has been disabled for a cellular network, users can go to network settings and enable “Limit tracking of IP addresses”. They can go to the WiFi settings and do the same if the feature does not work on WiFi.
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