To comply with new European rules that come into force in early May, Apple on Thursday announced they shall soon rollout an update to their website which will allow Apple users to download a copy of all of their personal data stored by the company.
Bloomberg reports that customers will be able to download a copy of the data stored across Apple’s apps and services, including their Contacts stored in iCloud, Calendar information, Photos, Music preferences, and more.
The report also notes how the company will allow users to delete their accounts without directly contacting Apple, and will give them the power to update/correct personal information and disable their Apple ID account on-demand.
The iPhone maker said it will update its web page for managing Apple IDs in coming months to let users download a copy of all their data stored with the company. The site will also let customers correct personal information, temporarily deactivate their account, and completely delete it.