Apple’s iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4, and iPad models are all keeping track of it’s users whereabouts. Even Mac computers running Snow Leopard and even Windows computers running Safari 5 are being tracked. Turning the GPS won’t stop tracking, as it stores information from nearest cell towers.
There are free apps that let you examine /Users/<your user name>/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backups/ for the hidden tracking file. This file would have list of locations your iDevice has been : defined by a latitude, longitude and a timestamp. The program displays this data on a map so that you can visual image of where device been.
On MAC :: Download iPhone Tracker. Once downloaded, Launch the App and moments later you’ll be presented with a timeline that shows you where you’re iDevice has been in recent months.
On PC :: Download nphonetrack. Once downloaded, Launch the App and you’ll see options of viewing the results in Google Earth or exporting as a CSV so you can view the data in a spreadsheet.