iPhone, iPad Storing Location Data in Consolidated.db File

Posted on April 21, 2011

It is not a surprise that Apple's devices, iPhone and iPad, are capable of tracking a user's location and recording latitude-longitude and a timestamp. It is a surprise that Apple's devices store this data in an unencrypted file called consolidated.db. The data is already being used by the police.

Daring Fireball has posted that it could be a bug or oversight. It isn't very good coding if it was unintentional. Daring Fireball thinks the problem will be probably be gone after the next iOS update.
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