Friday, 17 July 2015

Tweak your location settings in iOS for more privacy

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Tweak your location settings in iOS for more privacy

iOS is very secure when it comes to sharing your information with third-party apps, but you can view and tweak exactly what gets shared. Cory Bohon explains how.

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