So... the device is not currently storing data but the next one will store data for 7 days instead of storing months of data? Didn't they just say they weren't storing data? Then they say they are storing months of data currently? Is it a misquote? Anybody know anything about this?
After a week of silence, Apple on Wednesday responded to widespread complaints about iPhones and iPads tracking their users' whereabouts by saying "the iPhone is not logging your location" and announcing an upcoming mobile software update.
The next version of Apple's iOS will store data about a phone's location for only seven days instead of for months, as was previously the case, the company says. Apple blamed the fact that so much location data had been stored on users' phones and computers on a software "bug."