Every once in a while, every one of us tends to fire up the Apple Notes app to jot down a thing or two. And iOS handwritten notes are one of the best things the Apple Notes App has to offer. If you are one of those people who happens to own an iOS device, there is some news for you.
The company rolled out the latest version of iOS 13, just a few weeks ago. The latest version of the operating system comes with a number of useful changes and features.
That being said, one of the users on the r/iOSBeta subreddit found that Apple censored the word “f*ck” when the user used the curse word in the title of a handwritten note.
The auto censoring feature is something that Apple and a lot of other companies use. However, the internet is blowing up with the Cupertino based company being criticized for their actions.
Apple cleaning up the dirty laundry
We all know how much Apple loves to keep things under control. And how much the company loves to be PG-13 and family-friendly. But it’s still uncertain why Apple chose to censor certain handwritten curse words.
A Reddit user going by the name of _I_e_X noticed that the Notes app censors certain words such as “f*ck”, “sh*t” and “cu*t”, but ignores some words like “ass”.
Our thoughts on Apple Notes App Update
It is certainly a good thing that the tech giant is actively working on new ways to “cut the crap” out of its operating system. But enforcing them on users is a completely different thing. If you are comfortable using curse words in your text, you probably don’t mind reading them too.
Apple telling us what we can write is completely absurd, to be honest. We just hope that the final version of iOS lets users decide if they want to censor the words or not.
What do you think of Apple’s latest feature? Let us know in the comments below!