If you've ever been curious about what data Apple has collected and stored about you over the years, you can now find out – if you're in Europe, at less.
The iPhone maker has just launched a new data and privacy portal to comply with the GDPR that will come into effect in the EU from Friday. The website allows you to download just about all the data that Apple has collected about you.
The tool gives you the ability to download anything that is associated with your Apple ID, and Apple has also provided cvenient shortcuts for you to edit your data, from disable your account and completely delete your account.
Apple warns you that ce you have applied for a copy of your data, it may take up to seven days. days to compile and put at your disposal. Included in the download, ce it is ready, is the following information:
- Using the applicati and activity information in the form of spreadsheets or files in JS, CSV, XML or PDF format
- Documents, photos and videos in their original format.
- appleiphonestops, calendars, bookmarks and e-mail in VCF, ICS, HTML or EML format.
The company points out that this download will not include your applicati, book, movie, TV program or music, Apple Store line transacti history and history of marketing communicati, but says that some of that can be obtained separately.
Apple also says that while the new portal is currently ly …