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iPhone 11 Pro collects “mystery” location data even if you try to turn it off

Mashable Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
The new Apple iPhone 11 Pro has an interesting issue: it’s collecting mysterious location data from its users, even when it technically shouldn’t be.

Security researcher Brian Krebs of [INS: KrebsOnSecurity :INS] recently discovered that the iPhone 11 Pro was displaying the small arrow icon, which denotes the use of...
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