Apple can read your “private” data from your iPhone

Security researcher Jonathan Zdziarski has revealed that personal data including text messages, contact lists and photos can be extracted from iPhones by Apple Inc employees, through previously unpublicized techniques. Now that Zdziarski has let the cat out of the bag, Apple has admitted that he’s right.

via Apple May Be Spying On You Through Your iPhone.

2 thoughts on “Apple can read your “private” data from your iPhone

  1. Is this separate from some system where you store that information on Apple’s cloud? My AT&T phone allows me to store my contacts in AT&T’s cloud, and I just assumed they could obtain that if they wanted it.

    • I dunno. I think the point is that Apple has access to more data than just what you choose to store in the cloud.

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