It took a week, but Apple finally responded last night to a row that its iPhone logs owners' movements.
The technology giant denied that its phenomenally popular handset has a privacy problem - and then promised to fix it.
The controversy erupted last week when security researchers said a file found on PCs linked to iPhones allowed them to create maps of the phones' movements for up to a year.
Combined with similar questions about Google's Android smartphone software, the news left privacy-conscious smartphone users wondering how much information they were unknowingly giving up. More...