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It's going to vary, of course, but one way to get an approximation is to pull up the Maps app. This article from Apple Support says the following about this... "Apps that can show your location on the screen, including Maps, show your current (approximate) location using a blue marker. If your location can't be determined precisely, you'll see a blue ...


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Checked today on iOS9 and geo data is still not stored.


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For location-based reminders, you only need to have the GPS turned on. Keeping wifi on helps with locations because it allows the device to pin-point where you're located. Wifi is not required, however. Bluetooth is not required for location reminders unless you're using iBeacons. If you're using iBeacons then bluetooth is required.


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No, just Location Services has to be turned on with Reminders having access to Location Services. My geo-fenced Reminders work fine without WiFi nor Bluetooth (BT) turned on.



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