Ever since you bought your shinny iPhone it's been tracking everywhere you've been. It has a hidden function that records where you’ve been, and how long you spent there. Seriously.

It's recorded the exact time you arrived, and left anywhere.  Your office, a bar, even someone’s house. Your iPhone has AN EXACT record of every place you’ve been in the past month or two.

According to Apple the data is collected “in order to learn places that are significant to you” and improve traffic routing services.

Here’s how to check it out -

To access Frequent Locations open your iPhone’s “Settings” menu, select “Privacy”, then “Location Services”, then scroll all the way down to “System Services”.

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In System Services scroll all the way down to the bottom and look at the “History” section. Click on one of the area names to see where you’ve been.
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