In light of these changes, media reported today that some developers are worried that location tracking reminders will affect the use of their applications, while some iPhone users who repeatedly choose always are said to be disappointed by such reminders that appear every few days.
Apple responded to the report in a statement, saying the changes were made to further protect users privacy.
Jason Smith, chief business officer of location Sciences, a data intelligence company, points out that since the release of IOS 13, the amount of location data collected by applications in the background has dropped by 70%. Given that the data can easily be used to identify and track individuals, this is a promising sign.
Source: cnBeta editor in charge: Zhang Zutao, nt5054