A security investigator at KrebsOnSecurity found that iPhone 11 Pro collects location data even when you are unable to do so. This week Apple responded to Brian Krebs himself by ensuring it was "expected behavior".
When Brian Krebs identified the problem, he sent a video to Apple in November explaining the situation. While general location services disabling works, if you go to Settings> Privacy> Location services and turn off all apps individually, iPhone 11 Pro will continue to collect location data.
This week Apple responded that "certain services" continue to collect location data, even when the user selects "never" for all individual system services and applications. But the apple company is not concerned about this and guarantees that the iPhone is working as planned.
As usual, Apple's new model, the iPhone 11 Pro, was unveiled in September, along with the iPhone 11. The first Apple iPhone Pro comes in two sizes, with 5.8 and 6.5 inches in Super mode. Retina display with true tone and 1200 nits of brightness.