How to blur sensitive content on iOS 17 — get rid of unsolicited pictures

iOS 17 is jam-packed with helpful new tools, from Contact Posters to StandBy and so much more. But for all the fun and convenience that this latest update offers, there’s one new addition explicitly designed to help protect you from seeing things that you might not necessarily want to be exposed to (without prior consent).

Receiving unsolicited pictures (and videos) is an unfortunately common occurrence, and with the myriad of ways we can send and receive media nowadays, it’s easier than ever to be affronted by content you never asked to receive. As such, gaining additional ways to combat such unwelcome “junk mail” is itself welcome.


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