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Apple is updating the wording for iCloud Private Relay issues in the latest iOS 15.3 beta, clarifying that problems with the service may be an inadvertently switched-off setting and not issues with a customer’s specific cell carrier, via MacRumors.
The old message put the blame for iCloud Private Relay not working squarely on the shoulders of cell carriers.
Private Relay is turned off for your cellular plan. Your cellular plan doesn’t support iCloud Private Relay. With iCloud Private Relay turned off, this network can monitor your internet activity, and your IP address is not hidden from known trackers or websites.
Unsurprisingly, that wording led to confusion earlier this week when customers couldn’t get iCloud Private Relay to…
Source:: Theverge – Tech
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