Yeah no, I was looking at iOS source code on a jailbroken iPhone 3GS running iOS 6.1.2 with iFile (however I modified it to appear to be running iOS 9.0 with a build number of XXXXXX) and I found out Apple can give out an investigation ID to the government to log our every action we do, from the time we turn an iPhone on to the time we turn it off. They do this when the device is in sleepymode, or nightnight mode (that's straight from the source code, I'm not lying) when the phones been inactive for 5 minutes it sends the information to Apple.
Using SQL databases they store everything from iMessage Conversations, phone calls made, the duration of those calls, the country code, carrier used between the calls, our most used apps, our top searched applications in spotlight, etc.
What I found interesting is they have access to our iDevice filesystem database, meaning they can remotely find a file they are looking for from their headquarters without us even knowing...
My iOS 9.0 screenshot so you know I did actually tweak the source code on my 3GS
Apple iOS remote file system back door
Messages app sqldatabase, every app that uses the cloud uses sql databases... notes, calendar, reminders, contacts, phone calls, voice mails, emails, etc.
But I'm not entirely sure if they actually gather everyone's information and store it in huge sql databases... going back to the investigation id, I think they'd be required by the government to search through our sql database files or atleast filter their results for specific terms or people.
Edited by darkdefender - 6/8/13 at 3:23pm