iOS 4.3.3 Arrives with Fix for "Secret" Location Database
Apple just released an update to its iOS operating system for iPads and iPhones. After the “scandal” around the discover of a location database on the iPhone 4 and 3G-enabled iPads, Apple promised to quickly fix this “bug” quickly.
Here are the changes according to Apple:
This update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache including:
* Reduces the size of the cache
* No longer back the cache up to iTunes
* Deletes the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off
It doesn’t look as if there are any other new features or changes to Apple’s terms of service, but as you know, it’s always best to read through these documents before you agree to them…
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