Apple update will make it easier for users to understand privacy information, get copies of their data and also deactivate account.
Apple has unveiled new privacy features to comply with the implementation of GDPR, which comes into effect on 25 May.
CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, said that the tech giant will roll out four privacy management tools that will provide users the ability to obtain a copy of their data, request a correction of data and deactivate account or delete the account.
The tools, which will be available on the Apple ID account page, will be introduced in the EU in May and later rolled out globally.
Apart from deactivating the account, all other three tasks can be done already by filling online forms or calling AppleCare, he said.
Implementing GDPR aims to give citizens within the EU more control over their information and how companies use it.