If you have ever wondered how Apple is using your private information, you're not alone. While Google and others have long shared their privacy policies with you, Apple hasn't always been quite as forthcoming with details.
Apple is becoming a lot more transparent with how it uses your private information, and keeps it secure. In fact, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he wants Apple customers to know that your private information is secure on Apple devices and services, including the ways it shares your information with advertisers and the government.
Apple, which recently launched its new iOS 9 operating system, encourages you to use two-step verification, which we often recommend that you use. That two-step process is now used to protect the information, files, photographs and videos that you save to Apple's iCloud.