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Every few months, iPhone users around the world begin to panic yet again as a new round of tech blog coverage reminds us that Apple’s iPhone tracks our every move as part of a “Frequent Locations” feature. The potentially nifty feature allows iOS to monitor your position in order to determine places you visit most frequently, and this data could really come into play in future versions of Apple’s mobile platform by allowing your iPhone to present location-specific information that could be useful, perhaps similar to Google Now. Those concerned with privacy, however, likely want nothing to do with Apple’s Frequent Locations feature — and of course, disabling it couldn’t be easier.
Your iPhone Knows Exactly Where You’ve Been And This Is How To See It
Unfortunately, there is no way to turn location tracking off if you’re using a standard iPhone or iPad device. However, you can prevent the information from being locally accessible. To do this, follow these three simple steps:
How police have obtained iPhone, iPad tracking logs
It's no secret to police investigators that the Apple iPhone keeps track of its owners' approximate location. And Android devices appear to do the same as well.
originally posted by: RedmoonMWC
a reply to: MystikMushroom
I had to laugh at that.
But it seams to that you are saying "if you have done nothing wrong, then you have nothing to fear".
Personally it is no ones business where I have been or where I go but mine, especially marketers and the Government.
Iphone and by extension ipads are tracking your every move, supposedly for "Marketing" purposes