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Thank you. ananda Nov 2023 #1
Geez. Elessar Zappa Nov 2023 #2
Thanks. I just turned it off. yardwork Nov 2023 #3
According to Wired, it requires consent each time you "NameDrop" your contact info unblock Nov 2023 #4
My default setting was marybourg Nov 2023 #5
Exactly. "With contacts only" negates random iphones Ninga Nov 2023 #17
You have to hold the top of the phones together. edisdead Nov 2023 #6
Thanks! I don't really see the benefit for me so I turned it off. 50 Shades Of Blue Nov 2023 #7
I couldn't figure out what my work and personal phones were doing when I stacked them on top of each other one night. Mad_Machine76 Nov 2023 #8
Mating Hekate Nov 2023 #11
It wasn't iPhone sex? ArkansasDemocrat1 Nov 2023 #15
Thanks, even though it seems it defaults to contacts only... haele Nov 2023 #9
Who thought it was a good idea? OldBaldy1701E Nov 2023 #10
Although they did try a thing called "bump" which was neat technology. forgotmylogin Nov 2023 #13
What? I don't see it on my iphone 11. Cha Nov 2023 #12
Just who the fuck thought THAT was a good idea? Warpy Nov 2023 #14
I remember Android-like phones having that feature long before Apple ... Auggie Nov 2023 #16
The person already has to be one of your "contacts" before the air drop marybourg Nov 2023 #18
Thanks for this post. @Apple, it was a dumb idea to turn this feature on by default. n/t iluvtennis Nov 2023 #19
Another reason I'm glad that I have Samsung! Initech Nov 2023 #20
The phone notifies you and you have to agree to share your info. Kablooie Nov 2023 #21
Before everyone panics brooklynite Nov 2023 #22
The two phones have to be in physical contact, then... LudwigPastorius Nov 2023 #23
Police Departments and News Sites Spreading Misinformation About How iOS 17 NameDrop Feature Works usonian Nov 2023 #24
Thanks for the links info, but no worries! Now please. Just read the Wired link. The police "news" isn't really true. ancianita Nov 2023 #25
Thanks for the info. captain queeg Nov 2023 #27
Whoa! Thanks! Turned off, thank goodness! n/t KatK Nov 2023 #26
Please read the Wired article. The coppers were wrong and doing their usual dodgy fear inducement hype bollocks Celerity Nov 2023 #29
Bought a new phone last week and it carried over all my old settings even after last iOS update MistakenLamb Nov 2023 #28
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