iOS 12 will analyze the user’s behavior, revealing by their actions a certain pattern. This follows from the content of the user agreement iTunes Store, which Apple is offering to take after the update is installed. Thus, in Cupertino intend to deal with fraud accounts iTunes.
“In order to detect and prevent fraud, information about how you use your device, including the approximate number of phone calls or email messages that you send and receive will be used to form the trust evaluation when attempting to make purchases [iTunes Store]”, — stated in the agreement.
In case your iTunes account gets hold of the third person and try to use the money tied to a credit card, Apple will be able to understand it by comparing data on the interaction with the device’s true owner, however, behaves like a crook, and lock the account.
Where is the data stored
According to Apple representatives, the company stores this data on their servers, pre-obespechivaya them and deleting after a certain time. Deletion occurs as a result of it overwriting the more relevant information that iOS will continue to collect in use.
What data is Apple collecting
Despite the fact that Apple mentions that the collected information includes data about telephone calls and incoming and outgoing messages, the company says that it is not limited to only them, and collects and other data. What, in Cupertino refused to report, stating emphatically that their commitment to the right of each user to the privacy and secrecy of personal correspondence.
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