Experts warn… iPhones collect your data and are not as secure as Apple claims

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Apple has claimed that iPhone data privacy is one of its top priorities. But, experts have provided new information that casts doubt on the iOS privacy statement. And it turns out that tech giant Apple’s claims aren’t always accurate.

Do iPhones collect your data..!

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Experts reported, that each iCloud user has a unique ID that allows the iPhone user to connect to Apple analytics data. It can be associated directly with a specific user, including their name, date of birth, email, and associated information stored on iCloud. It is possible that the user encountered this phrase when setting up the system for the first time. The manufacturer is now asking if we want to share analytics data with Apple so they can use it to create new services and products. And the manufacturer assigns the DSID to our account after our approval.

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Apple claims that the data collected cannot be used to identify the user. Two iOS security experts discovered and published statements that dispute the claims made by the company.

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According to Tom Mysk via Twitter, the DSID is associated with iCloud accounts, allowing Apple to associate the data collected with a specific user. Your name, email, and everything in your iCloud account are all associated with the ID. This indicates that the company displays the applications of each user connected to the DSID in a detailed manner. And the discoverers of this matter confirmed that there is no way to stop this thing.

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Apple has taken a tough stance on user privacy, repeatedly claiming that it believes privacy is a “fundamental human right”. And Apple’s privacy claims have come under increasing scrutiny in recent months, with the company now facing a class action lawsuit accusing it of tracking users without their consent.


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