26 Apr '11, 3am

Apple CEO Steve Jobs reportedly denies that iPhones & iPads are being used to track users, saying the info was 'false'

Apple CEO Steve Jobs reportedly denies that iPhones & iPads are being used to track users, saying the info was 'false'

Apple CEO Steve Jobs reportedly denied in an email exchange that that iPhones and iPads were being used to track users. -- PHOTO: AFP APPLE'S founder Steve Jobs reportedly sent an e-mail to a customer that iPhones and iPads are not being used to track users, according to a US website on Monday. 'We don't track anyone. The info circulating around is false,' wrote Apple CEO Jobs in an e-mail to a customer asking for clarification on the issue, MacRumors reported. The blog says that the customer forwarded the e-mail exchange to its editors. On the question about Android phones not tracking gadget owners, Mr Jobs reportedly wrote, 'Oh yes they do.' Apple did not immediately respond to a request to verify the authenticity of this e-mail exchange, CNN reported. Pointing out that Mr Jobs has a history of communicating with Apple fans through e-mails, MacRumors said: 'As is Jobs' ...

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