IOS 13 (and its patch 13.1) were recently released by Apple. The new version of the operating system is quite promising but the company itself has already admitted an error: user information is sent without permission by third party keyboards.
If you install and use a third party keyboard and it asks you to access the equipment or send reports, you will not be informed. Apple says it is already working to fix this issue on iOS 13.1.
Some of the keyboards that can be used on iOS are Google GBoard, SwiftKey or Grammarly. These are among the best known and used worldwide. Please note that if you have an iPhone with iOS 13, you will not install keyboards you do not know.
Apple has a habit of protecting users on keyboards
Apple is a company that values (or claims to value) the safety of its users. One of the most useful functions of the iOS operating system is switching to the source keyboard when the user opens a password input field. To prevent the third party keyboard from collecting unwanted information, the original keyboard is always activated.
Unfortunately, this error is unfortunate and could catch several users off guard. Apple, meanwhile, is already testing iOS 13.2 Beta, which should be released in the very near future, given the urgency of the situation.
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