... and probably every smartphone is tracking everyone, of course. But this is a little unsettling. She's had an iPhone 7 for about a year. About two weeks ago she noticed that the iOS (not an app) was giving her travel information, with no prompting from her. -ok- But here's the freaky part - it assumes her destination, and so far, it has been correct. She DOES NOT use the calendar function. Her schedule is different every weekday - rarely working the same hours at the same location, so there's no real pattern. Yet we she gets into her car on any given morning, her phone notifies her how long of a drive it is to the exact place that she's going. When she gets back into her car later in the day, it tells her how long until she gets home. Last night we were running around doing errands. We had one more errand, but we stopped to fill up with fuel. As I was pumping gas, my wife suggested that we skip the last errand and just head home. -ok- As we pulled out of the parking lot, she got a notification on her phone... "12 minutes to home. Light traffic." And then this... for the first time... This morning we were leaving our house for church, and as we pulled out of the driveway, another notification from her phone, "22 minutes to Grace. Light traffic." (Grace is the name of our church.) That's the first time that it's notified her of traveling time to church. Of course we could defeat this by turning off location services. But where is it pulling the destination information from? I'm not real worried about privacy (yet). I'm just curious. My iPhone 8 is not do this yet, unless I have something specifically entered into the calendar.