APPLE LAUNCHES 'DIGITAL LEGACY' THAT ALLOWS YOU TO CHOOSE A LOVED ONE TO ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT WHEN YOU DIE
Mobile phones of today are far more than just a telephone, to say the least, and for most people, these devices contain data that essentially document someone's life by means of photos, videos and far more as well. But in the tragic event of someone passing away, what happens to that data?
For the most part, it is stored on either the device itself, on the cloud (in this case iCloud) or even a combination of the two, but if a person dies the device will never be able to be used again by someone who does not know the password (again, the case for most people) or the data will remain on iCloud and can never be accessed.
However, people don't necessarily want to give out their personal passwords for their Apple devices, but when they die, what happens to their Apple accounts with all this personal data?
Apple has now launched a feature called "Digital Legacy" that allows a user to choose someone who Apple will give access to your account when you die so the data can still be accessed.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Later Clips on Who Will Have Access To Your Apple iPhone When You Die?...