Google+ social network has been a thorn in the side of Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter for years.
That all changed last month, when a massive botnet was found in the network that could potentially infect a wide range of Apple devices, including the iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6S Plus.
This month, Apple has rolled out an update that addresses this botnet, but there are still a lot of questions about what the update does.
In its place, the company is reportedly rolling out an internal tool to block spam from the network.
According to The Verge, the tool will now allow users to manually block spam that has reached a certain number of emails per day, which is typically about 3,000 emails.
Apple’s new spam-blocking feature also allows users to filter the spam they receive from Google+.
The new filter allows users in a particular country to choose a country, city, or state and set it to either “No spam” or “Yes spam.”
Users can also choose to filter spam through the Apple News app, a feature that allows users the ability to search Google+ for content and add it to their news feed.
Users can also add the filter to their Gmail inboxes and the new tool will be automatically installed.
It should be noted that Apple is only rolling out the feature for the iOS and macOS apps, which means users won’t be able to use the tool to filter Google+ messages directly from their desktop accounts.
Apple also revealed that Google+ has been experiencing significant technical problems and that a number of Google+ features have been removed from the Google+ app in an effort to improve Google+ performance.
This included the ability for users to automatically send email to their contacts, a key feature that was also used by Facebook.
While Google+ remains popular among tech companies and individuals who use the platform, the problem is that spam is rampant in the community and Google+ users are often the targets of these spam bots.
Google has been facing criticism for not adequately addressing the spam problem, with users complaining that they have received spam from spamming websites that have attempted to contact them.
Apple has also faced criticism for being slow to address spam and its spam-filtering tools have been inconsistent.
In its own recent quarterly earnings call, Google CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged that there is a significant problem with spam in Google+, and he announced that Apple had added a spam filter to its Google+ client.
The Verge reports that Apple’s announcement came on the heels of a similar announcement last week that included a new tool that allows for users in certain countries to opt out of spam.
Apple did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
Google+ has a number other features that will be available soon that could help users in other countries block spam.
The company also released a new feature that will allow users in countries with limited Internet connectivity to automatically block spam and prevent it from spreading.