Cheesey1, 22 Apr 2011Android devices also do this. Here's a link to an article on it.
http://www.bloomberg.com/n... moreof course android does even one knows that,apon turning your android phone on for the first time the initial set up ask you do you want location services from google and gps to track your location to update features like weather,latitute,nearby services and all that. With android its announced to you straight away and you can allow access or not.
Apple its seems tracks you even if you refuse access. Did apple ask you can it take your photo while on facetime?
Apples can sometimes have a nasty worm inside it seems all APPLES products do
ios can keep a record of our whereabouts?? :O so that means our phone's location can be tracked?I recently lost my iphone 3g.I was running IOS 4.0.1 on it.is there any way the phone can be located through this feature??
jtdc, 22 Apr 2011As long as your cellphone is on and its with you, you can be tracked, whether an ancient Nokia... morehave you ever heard that nokia tracks their users location ???? No. then don't say useless things.
eddman, 22 Apr 2011Did you even read the article? It's not about tracking. It's about: "The real issue is... moreThat's if they know how to jailbreak your stolen iPhone. Chances are, these thieves would try and sell your stolen iPhone ASAP and the unsuspecting would be buyer of the stolen iPhone will do a clean reset of the device.
jtdc, 22 Apr 2011As long as your cellphone is on and its with you, you can be tracked, whether an ancient Nokia... moreDid you even read the article? It's not about tracking. It's about:
"The real issue is that a file kept unencrypted on your iGadgets holds a record of all your movements from about an year ago and that file is copied to any computer you’ve synced it to and any backups you might have made.
Anyone getting access to the file (called consolidated.db), either by hacking a device that contains a copy of the file or simply stealing the device itself, can easily extract a log of your whereabouts over the last year."
As long as your cellphone is on and its with you, you can be tracked, whether an ancient Nokia 5110 or the new dual core smartphones.
Andriod doesn't store a history of your locations on a file (let alone an unencrypted file) on your phone, nor transfer it to a PC.
Thats the issue.
Cheesey1, 22 Apr 2011Android devices also do this. Here's a link to an article on it. http://www.bloomberg.com/n... moreYes, it's odd that the mainstream press have not picked on the fact that Google also track your location too. It's another attack by the Anti-Apple brigade that will fail once again.
Android devices also do this. Here's a link to an article on it.