In addition, they want to learn more about Apple's behaviors such as data collection.
The letter wrote: "We are writing today to learn more about Apple.iPhoneThe functionality of the device, especially the collection and use of consumer data and microphone functionality. Recent reports indicate that consumer data collected via mobile phones, including user location information and records, may be used in unexpected ways by consumers. ”
When asked how he would deal with the data scandal facing Mark Zuckerberg, the Apple CEO gave a very direct answer-he would never let himself into that predicament.
In addition, lawmakers are also puzzled that Facebook can still occupy a place in Cook's app store.
In addition to Apple, the lawmakers also wrote a letter to Larry Page, CEO of Google's parent company Alphabet. The two letters focused on much the same-focusing on how third-party services access and process data from Apple and Google users.
The top executives of the two companies were asked to respond by July 23.