Apple to Release iOS 4.3.3 in response to LocationGate

by admin on April 29, 2011

Apple has released an official statement which answers all the questions on the controversial LocationGate issue. The statement released by Apple with a series of questions and answers about consolidated.db and cache location of the cell network and Wi-Fi network was just a piece of PR strategy turned from Cupertino.


Apple says that most points in the continuous data recording in consolidated.db is the result of a bug, so that in a section called Software Update is explained by the thread and sign What will change with a future software update available in the coming weeks. Voila that means iOS 4.3.3 is coming in no time.

In this regard, the same press release, announced that within a short time will receive a firmware update that will curb this serious problem. Here we propose the likely

changelog for the next iOS 4.3.3 :

  • Reduce the size of the cache on the file consolidate.db;
  • Stop saving the cache on the iPhone;
  • Completely eliminate the backup when you go to turn off location services;
  • Integrated ability to encrypt the file consolidate.db.

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