Denied. That's the gist of Apple's response to allegations that they're tracking iPhone users. The data file that's been the subject of this controversy isn't meant to help Apple keep tabs of your iPhone's location but rather, according to the company, is there to "help your iPhone rapidly and accurately calculate its location when requested." That said, they will be adding an encryption layer to the file for added security which should appease paranoid users out there. This will come via an iOS update scheduled to roll out in the next few weeks. You can head on over here to read their full press release on the matter.

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