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beowulfschmidt said:I'm struggling to imagine a way in which an iPhone could be "taped to the lid of a toilet" and not be glaringly obvious to even the most casual observer.
As soon as I got iOS17 installed I tried to set up a personal voice. It took 20 minutes to read aloud the required speech items, and now I've been waiting about 8 hours for the software to process my voice. However your results may be less because it seems to require a connected charger and also seems to require the screen be locked before it will process anything. So it seems most people will let their phones charge overnight to get this task completed.
appleinsideruser said:Mobile networks know the location of all active phones all the time. Just ask them who was within an area, easy. No need to involve Apple.
So if you think someone is secretly recording all this data, but they're not willing to reveal that data even for your murder trial, then you really don't have anything to worry about, do you?
I'm somewhat familiar with how the SS7 network works. The data that you're talking about is not recorded because there's too much of it. Have you ever tried to calculate how much storage it would take to record the GPS location data of every user for every minute of every day of every year?
By the way, the cell company has a much harder time of tracking you if your phone doesn't have GPS, or if you turn off the GPS on your smart phone. If you are a criminal, you should probably turn off your GPS, or maybe use a phone without GPS.
CelticPaddy said:xyzzy-xxx said:I would never store my passwords (or passkeys) in iCloud keychain – I am using Safe+ that allows password syncing using WiFi between my devices.