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I’m running a local proxy (Charles) on my iPad (latest iOS) and I’m seeing 10,000+ requests to stats.gc.apple.com. I’ve blocked the requests as I didn’t want them hitting a server that many times. The same thing happened with a Facebook server previously and I ended up getting banned for what I am assuming to be these HTTP requests. I have very few apps installed, not logged into iCloud, tried restarting the device, etc. Has anyone seen this before? Is there a way to pinpoint the exact process p, or application making these requests on iOS?