Hoping to put to rest a growing controversy over privacy, Steven P. Jobs, Apple's chief executive, took the unusual step of personally explaining that while Apple had made mistakes in how it handled location data on its mobile devices, it had not used the iPhone and iPad to keep tabs on the whereabouts of its customers.Yeah, they haven't been tracking anybody. They've been tracking EVERYBODY. Nice that they promise to stop, now they've been caught red handed.
"We haven't been tracking anybody," Mr. Jobs said in an interview on Wednesday. "Never have. Never will."
Mr. Jobs said that Apple would fix the mistakes in a free software update that it would release in the next few weeks.
And people wonder why I'm pro-gun. Jeeze.