Came across an iOS tracking software called “Spyzie” which allows parents to monitor kids’ data usage including call logs, messages, browsing, and many more.
One of the key features this software raises the flag for average Apple users is that it allows person A to even monitor person B’a private browsing data by just entering person’s B Apple ID.
And person A could achieve all these results by using the App on his/her own device without person B’a knowledge.
If this was true, then that means iCloud actually logs Private Browsing data which contradicts Apple’s own claim about Safari’s feature.
Apple advisors declined such possibility existed and believed “Spyzie” is lying...
I am so confused. Who’s lying on this matter and does iCloud really store private browsing data in that regard? Apple insisted that the claim is completely false and not possible.