AirDrop, which uses WiFi and Bluetooth, is unique because it doesn’t require you to share your number or a username with someone to send or receive a file. People turn on AirDrop for work to quickly share files, and teens have used it to share photos and get around social media bans in class, Business Insider reported. Some people have also used AirDrop to send funny pictures to unsuspecting strangers.
For those who don’t want any surprises, however, there are some steps that you can take to better control the feature. Read this article for full instructions on how to change your settings.