Apple has honed on enhancing privacy across its devices aggressively for the last couple of years. So it wasn’t entirely surprising to see a dedicated privacy section at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) event last night. While there haven’t been any controversial features like anti-tracking, Apple made some notable announcements. Here’s a summary of it: iCloud+ This was probably the most eye-catching announcement in the privacy section. Apple’s debuting a new free service for iCloud users that provides an extra layer of security to existing users. First, there’s Private Relay, which encrypts traffic between Safari and your DNS-resolver when you…

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