Apple says iPhones don't threaten China's security
July 15 , 2014
Apple has denied claims that a function of its iPhones that tracks locations was a national security threat to China as alleged by the state broadcaster of the country.
In a statement on its Chinese website, Apple said it had never “worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products or services.”
Apple had never allowed access to its servers and “we never will,” the statement said.