Apple is more on privacy these days, but a recent report has found that the latest generation of iPhones may not give users as much control as it says it does, and as much as Apple wants us to believe it does.
In a video about the issue, a user manually disabled Siri, Maps, and the individual System Services settings from the Location Services menu. However, he enabled the setting to show the arrow-shaped Status Bar Icon, and he left the Location data tab enabled. Then, we went to the Control Centre and activated the Airplane Mode. When he turned the Airplane Mode off, the arrow icon made its appearance in the Status Bar, in spite of the fact that there were no apps opened, besides Settings.
The user stated that he could not dupe the issue on an iPhone 8, even if the phone was running the most recent version of iOS 13. Then, the user came to the conclusion that the issue might be related to the hardware of the iPhone 11, and it’s support for WiFi 6.
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