Apple try to kill the Unknown Number, bullying Taylor Swift and more
Attorney generals from America have conducted investigations into potential antitrust violations relating to this, with investigators wanting to know whether Apple have been unduly pressuring or conspiring with other music labels to withdraw their artists from other platforms.
Apple are also going after unknown numbers, which is more useful to the world. The iOS 9 update is going to include a feature that will help identify these numbers that keep bothering us. It seems that iOS 9 will anonymously use information from your email, and match it up with numbers, so you can see who has been pestering you.
If they manage to use this, with information drawn from the internet, rather than just your own correspondence, then this could see an end to mystery callers.
They're also sending vans out around the world, mounted with cameras, as they gather images for their street map, which is the same thing as Google's version.
However, Apple got a dig in against their rivals, saying: "We are committed to protecting your privacy while collecting this data. For example, we will blur faces and license plates on collected images prior to publication."