The ubiquity of smartphones and other technology has no doubt improved our lives. We all walk around with powerful computers in our pockets that were almost unimaginable 20 years ago, and we can order a meal using a smart speaker. But what do we give up to have access to these technologies?
Whether it's concerns over your smart speaker listening in when it shouldn't, or wondering if that smart lock on your front door can be hacked, many of us still prioritise convenience over security and privacy.
Apple prides itself on its position on privacy, but one of its most recent products has raised privacy and security concerns.