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The iPhone History of Korea and other regions have a history of using SmogCheck, the company’s global monitoring system.
That’s not surprising, since Apple has an extensive history of providing that service in the past.
SmogCHECK is the latest Apple technology to be added to the iPhone’s history, which lets users track the number of smog alerts received by the device.
This iPhone History will include an estimated number of alerts that were received in the previous day, an approximate date of the alerts and the number received, as well as the source of the data, according to the company.
The iPhone History is one of a few Apple products to have an official history of its data, and it will be available to iPhone owners as an app starting today.
In addition to the history of alerts received, Apple’s iPhone History can also track events related to the devices use, like when a new device was installed, when it was plugged into a charger or when a charger was turned off.
Apple’s new history service, which will be included with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, will be offered in the coming weeks.