Apple pays $945 to settle iPhone tracking suit in Korea
Apple has paid up for inadvertently tracking a user's location in an iOS-based device. The company was ordered by a South Korean District Court judge in June to pay 1 million won ($945) for tracking a man's location, according to court documents obtained by CNET. According to those documents, the man, an Apple iPhone user, filed his lawsuit against Apple on April 26, alleging that the company violated his privacy. Apple's Korea unit paid the sum on June 27.