There are some apps on iOS that I trust with Health information. These apps are fully capable of working offline.
Is there any way to prevent specific third-party apps from accessing the internet on iOS? One possible use case would be to prevent the app from logging private data that it has access to.
For example, there may be an app which acts as a fitness dashboard and allows you to visualize your fitness data in a “dashboard” fashion. Or there may be an scanner app, or a calculator app, both of which can run offline. It would be nice to be able to safeguard data that these apps have access to, such as health data in the case of fitness dashboards, or clipboard data, in the case of other apps, by ensuring that this data can’t be sent anywhere.