A heads up if you have the new iPhone 11 Pro.
The phone reportedly collects location data even when the user has blocked it from doing so.
The digital-security blog Krebs on Security found the issue and reported it to Apple.
Apple told the organization that the collection is expected behavior.
A follow-up post from KrebsOnSecurity offered more information from the company: "Apple disclosed that this behavior is tied to the inclusion of a short-range technology that lets iPhone 11 users share files locally with other nearby phones that support this feature, and that a future version of its mobile operating system will allow users to disable it."
New iPhone 11 Pro collects location data even when blocked by user, security expert says