1. Locking the Door
2. Disable Tracking
Some applications that tell you the weather, or Apple’s Maps, actually needs your location data using your iOS device’s GPS, and/or Wi-Fi.
3. Search with Do-Not-Track Service
4. Don’t let Apps took over your Personal Data
Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Emails, and Photos, are something most personal for everyone. If an app wants these type of information, either for processing or uploading, it will ask you the first time.
5. Add an Extra Layer of Security
6. Enable ‘Find My iPhone’
Moreover, you can also select Send Last Location, this will send your device’s last location to Apple’s servers just before your device powers down.
Note: In case, you don’t want Apple to track you, we advise you to disable this feature.