Generally, when the user surfs anything on the web browser, all the data like web traffic, like your DNS records and IP address, can be visible by your network provider and the website you visit. Such information can be used to identify your identity and location. iCloud Private Relay is made to keep your privacy safe.
This feature makes sure when you browse the web in Safari, no single party, can see your identity. This feature even disables Apple from doing that. When iPhone users enabled this feature, their requests are sent via two different, but secured internet relays. The user’s IP address is observable to your network provider and to the first relay, which is worked by Apple.
Users’ DNS records are encrypted, to stop any party from tracking the address of the website you are trying to visit. In the below-mentioned, we will tell you how iPhone users can enable iCloud Private Relay on their iPhone.
- Head towards the Settings menu of your iPhone
- Click on the Profile option
- Tap on iCloud
- Select Private Relay menu
- To change your location settings, Click on IP Address Location