Your iPhone does not go to sleep with you" — harrowing experiment reveals just how much data your iPhone shares, even with Russia... thankfully it'...

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Still better than android according to the article…iPhone users shouldn’t download 100 shady apps
 
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“Your iPhone does not go to sleep with you"

Mine does. I turn it off at night. Every night. You DO realize that it has an on/off button, right?
 

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“Your iPhone does not go to sleep with you"

Mine does. I turn it off at night. Every night. You DO realize that it has an on/off button, right?

You DO realize that may not be an option for some people, right?

As a diabetic wearing a CGM, if I turn my phone off at night, I lose the alarms that wake me up if my glucose level falls below 50.
 

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You DO realize that may not be an option for some people, right?

As a diabetic wearing a CGM, if I turn my phone off at night, I lose the alarms that wake me up if my glucose level falls below 50.

Airplane mode is another option.
 
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And I’m sure you don’t have any dodgy Chinese apps installed

Well since the article doesn’t specify what said apps are, I have no idea.

But I do have TikTok installed. Some really good recipes there.
 

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Well since the article doesn’t specify what said apps are, I have no idea.

But I do have TikTok installed. Some really good recipes there.

The article mentioned Ali express as the culprit with some additional Chinese apps they did not mention.

You should be good with tick tock, recipes and minor life hacks
 

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"You DO realize that may not be an option for some people, right?"

Did I say that? I simply stated what I do.

The point is, the article stating “Your iPhone does not go to sleep with you" is just stupid.