Do you know how often Android phones and iPhones send information to Google’s and Apple’s servers?
... during a 24-hour period?
Interestingly Google collects more data from iPhone users than Apple itself does. This, however, only works when the phone is used. In idle mode iPhones very rarely communicate with Google’s servers. Douglas C. Schmidt, Professor of Computer Science, catalogs how much data Google is collecting about consumers and their most personal habits across all of its products and how that data is being bundled. Take a look here for more details: https://bit.ly/2w8BAv1