iPhone tracks all your movements (visited places): where to see it and how to turn it off
iPhone tracks all your movements (visited places): where to see it and how to turn it off

iPhone tracks all your movements (visited places): where to see it and how to turn it off

Starting with iOS 7, Apple’s mobile operating system allows you to track your iPhone and iPad owner’s movement data.

You can find frequently visited locations in the standard Travel Settings app: Privacy → Geolocation Services → System Services → Important Geo Positions.

It should be noted that this feature will be enabled by default so that the iPhone or iPad will immediately start collecting data about the places visited by the gadget owner. Naturally when the Geolocation Service is enabled.

Here you can also see a list of places visited by the iPhone or iPad user. It is displayed in the form of movement history and contains the coordinates and time when and how long the user was in a certain place.

This is a rather controversial apple company solution. After all, all your movements are tracked and stored, and in addition, they are accessed by third parties. But on the other hand, this feature will probably be useful and interesting for the user. Plus, it will help Apple to make its products better. In either case, the user always has a choice: leave it on or off. However, it is odd that the “Important Geo Positions” feature is enabled by default.