We’re all excited about the upcoming release of iOS 14, but Apple is still not quite there with iOS 13. The company just releases iOS 13.7, which brings a big new feature: Exposure Notification Express.
To update your iPhone, open Adjustment App and tap Normal Again software update.
The exposure notification API developed by Apple and Google was first released this spring in iOS 13.5. It allowed official state health agencies to develop and maintain applications that could warn users if they were possessed by someone who could provide personally identifiable information for COVID-19 without compromising confidentiality or Tests positive without being recorded.
He was only phase one. To make contact tracing work well, it is important to make it as widely available as possible, and to make it easier for users to use without downloading individual apps, nor do government agencies need to build and maintain them To make responsible for
With iOS 13.7, we get two stages: Exposure Notification Express. If you live in an area that has agreed to use it, your local public health agency can work with Apple to provide direct contact tracing features without having to create your own app. Users will still definitely have to choose to use this feature.
In developing the system, Apple consulted with the CDC, the Association of Public Health Laboratories, the American Public Health Association, the Association of State and Territorial Health Offices, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, the National Association of County and City Health Officials. , And the Task Force for Global Health.
The new system is fully cross-compatible with existing systems that may have already been rolled out. Here in the US, Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and Nevada should be the first locations to support the new Exposure Notification Express facility.
To choose, open Adjustment, Again Exposure notificationsAnd tap Turn on exposure notifications. You will select your country and region / state, and your iPhone will tell you whether exposure information is available in your area.