Do you think you’re trustworthy? Apple is reportedly snooping to not only decide if that’s true…but to “rate” you. How’s that? Apple added a new feature in the iOS 12 update for iPhones. In it, Apple assigns trust ratings to iPhone users, based on phone call and email habits.
But maybe don’t freak out yet – the company maintains they’re building your score based on the number calls and emails you send and receive – so they can help spot fraudulent transactions made using your device.
But also, the company maintains that they aren’t actually seeing/hearing the contents of your communications – they’re merely tracking the score and saving it on their servers for a time. Thing is? While the company swears this is simply to prevent fraud, they haven’t explained how knowing the number of calls and emails you make or receive can help stop it.
Source: The Sun