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10 Dec, 2022
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“Everyone” mode will be limited to 10 minutes.

Apple will restrict the use of AirDrop for all iPhone users. After the release of iOS 16.2, users will be able to turn on “Everyone” mode for no more than 10 minutes. According to 9toMac, the iOS 16.2 Release Candidate with changes is now available to developers.

Now AirDrop has three available options: "Receiving Off", "Contacts Only", and "Everyone". The latter allows users to receive files and photos from all other nearby iPhone users without limit. After update 16.2 users can still enable “Everyone”, but only for 10 minutes. After that, it will change to “Contacts Only”.

Apple decided to make these changes after the release of the iOS 16.1.1 update. in China. The company implemented the changes amid widespread protests in the country to stop the spread of anti-government material.

It may help with the distribution of inappropriate content. For example, in September 2022, a Southwest Airlines passenger sent a nude photo to other iPhones.