If you’ve used iOS 13, you’re undoubtedly familiar with just how prevalent location tracking via Location Services, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi really is. Thanks to the new alerts and options to disable it, users have much more agency over their location data. But that isn’t the end of it.
As a small example, Apple doesn’t let just every app see the names of the Wi-Fi network you connect to. There are other interesting non-privacy tidbits in the Location white paper, too. Like the blue “halo” that surrounds your marker in Maps. The smaller the halo, the more precise your location actually is.