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It looks like every app determines what to show on its notifications; I don't see a global switch. You can, however, turn the lock screen notification off. Find it on Settings > Notifications > [App], look for "Show on lock screen" and turn it off to disallow the app to show its notifications when the phone is locked. Skype does not have the "Show ...


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In terms of privacy - unlink your AppleID account and just go to Settings > General > Reset. Clean everything (Reset All Settings & Erease All Content and Settings) and you're ready to sell / give your phone.


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As other answers said... Websites may NOT take your MAC address. If Privacy is your concern, find a VPN app on the App Store that guarantees your privacy. This may make your connection slower. In addition, if you find a bad VPN app, then the server might actually be recording your data.


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Websites in general can't get your MAC address: The MAC address, by TCP/IP standards, is never communicated outside of the local-area network to which it pertains Some websites could theoretically obtain that kind of information via ActiveX, or a Java applet, but neither is available on stock iOS Safari. If anonymity is your concern, there are ...


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It isn't possible for a website to get the MAC address from an iPhone or iPad. For that to work, Apple would have to expose that information through JavaScript. They haven't done that. Don't take my word for it though, try a web search for something like "javascript get ios mac address" and you'll find lots of people asking how to do it and lots of people ...


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Unfortunately no, Find My Friend is a one way communication style app. It allows you to notify people of your location and see their location. Also, you have the ability to notify someone when you arrive, leave a place, or you can send your current location. You can also be notified if someone lease or arrives at a place (and they can do the same), however ...



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