How to use Apple iCloud Private Relay for better Privacy on iPhone, iPad & Mac!

In the video tutorial below I go through how to activate (turn on) Apple’s iCloud Private Relay that works in Safari Web Browser for iPhone, iPad and Mac. I also talk about why you should use it and why it could be even better than a real VPN for web surfing in Safari for better privacy. 

How iCloud Private Relay works:

When you browse the web, your DNS records and IP address, can be seen by your Internet Network Provider (ISP) and the websites you visit. This information could be used over time to build up a profile of you with your location and browsing history. iCloud Private Relay protects your privacy by ensuring that no single party, not even Apple can see both who you are and what sites you're visiting when surfing the web in Safari web browser.

When Private Relay is enabled, your IP address is visible to your network provider and to Apple’s first relay. Your DNS records are encrypted locally on your device, so your ISP or Apple can’t see the address of the website you’re trying to visit. The second relay, which is operated by a third-party content provider, generates a temporary IP address and decrypts the name of the website you requested and connects you to the site. This method protects your privacy fully. In comparison with a real VPN that always can see your real IP address, iCloud Private Relay makes it impossible for anyone to know that it is you that visiting that web page or web site.

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