Here's how you can download all of the information Apple keeps about you
How much exactly do they know?
In the age of Black Mirror, your online privacy is probably a major concern of yours.
Well it should be anyway!
If we have learned anything from that TV show, it is that technology will ultimately be the reason that humanity falls.
So in case you were unaware, Apple now allows you to download all the data it keeps about you, such as your purchases, and how you interact with Apple services.
In the past, Apple has positioned itself as the tech giant that's most aligned with users on security and privacy, and Apple CEO Tim Cook has even gone so far to say that privacy is a human right.
So a writer for Business Insider decided to download every bit of information that they had saved from every interaction he has had with any Apple service.
What he found was unsurprising, but it was somewhat interesting that they had date from all of his Apple Pay transactions, such as his credit card information.
If you want to see what data Apple has about you, all you have to do is visit privacy.apple.com and follow the instructions from there.
All you need is your Apple ID and password.
Apple will then prepare the information, so you won't have it immediately, but within a few days you will have all of the stuff that they have saved about you. Simple, right?