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iPhone, iPad may be keeping track of your location
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- There are new privacy concerns about the iPhone and the iPad. Two researchers have discovered a secret file on both devices that constantly records the location of the devices and stores that information.
The file is not encrypted, and it's unprotected, which means the information could be available to anyone who can access the gadgets.
There is no evidence the information is being shared.
Apple's security team has not yet responded to the researchers about their findings.
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