Apple is talking about a very, very data protection game but according to one report, the latest generation of iPhones may not give users as much control over their privacy as Apple would like to believe.
In a video cancer, disabled maps, Siri, and individual system services settings manually through the Location Services menu in Settings, but enabled the setting to display the arrow-shaped status bar icon and enabled the Location Data tab. Then Krebs navigated to the control center and put the phone into airplane mode. If Cancer has disabled flight mode, the arrow icon will appear in the status bar even though there are no apps open after the settings.
Krebs said he could not fake the problem on an iPhone 8, although running on the phone the latest version of iOS 13 and The problem may be related to the iPhone 11 hardware and WiFi 6 support.
That an Apple device can still track its user's location even when action is taken to prevent it is particularly peculiar considering that there is a performative superiority Entire Schtick of the Company . During the CES this year, the company has boldly taken out a whole billboard in Vegas and claims – something embarrassing – whatever happens "on your iPhone stays on your iPhone." The ability of their own iPhones to prevent the company from tracking their location certainly does not seem to be the case.
This may be a mistake, although the Apple engineer Krebs states that the system's arrow icon does not appear in the settings without a power button, it does not seem to indicate that this is the case. Or perhaps the apparent permanent location is a small but important reason why Apple at this year's iPhone 11 event
untypical has hushed up the privacy .