Recently, a new beta version of the Apple's iPhone Software v2.0 Update that was released to some of the company's enterprise partners; the new version boasts of some new preferences and the beginning of geo-tagging support for the phone's camera application.
Those familiar with this new version said that now the phone applications such as 'Camera' and 'Maps' will ask for the user's permission before transmitting data that could be used to identify the user's current geographical position.
This interestingly suggests that Apple inc. is actively working on providing geo-tagging support to the photographs clicked by the Camera application on iPhone.
Geo-tagging is the process of adding geographical information such as latitude and longitude details and even names of places at times to media files so that these files can be later catalogued, referenced, and even searched through based on their origin.
It has also been reported that Apple has added a toggle in the iPhone's preference pane, which would allow users to enable or disable the Location Services on their phone; the beta version users say that the software also prompts users for permission to use the Location Services in the phone's camera application.