Apple has released its latest transparency report regarding government data requests, which covers July 1 through December 31, 2015. The report breaks down requests by type, then divides those further by specific subgroups and countries. Categories include, for instance, how many accounts were specified in the requests, which requests Apple objected to, and which requests Apple provided data for.

Apple's latest transparency report details government data and device requests

Apple received a total of 30,687 device requests from law enforcement agencies around the world, covering 167,090 devices. As the report states, these requests were mostly regarding lost or stolen devices. The company provided some data in 63% of cases in the Asia Pacific region, 52% in Europe, the Middle East, India, and Africa, and 80% in both Latin America and North America.

The company also saw 1,813 account requests from law enforcement in the last half of 2015. These are cases in which an agency has requested information about a subject's iTunes or iCloud account, or is looking for data from those accounts. Apple notes that of the 32 requests made in China, covering 6,724 accounts, the bulk of the cases relate to phishing investigations.

There were 178 emergency request made of Apple in late 2015 across the world, in which the company believed that there was an immediate danger of death or injury at hand. Additionally, the company received between 1,250 and 1,499 national security requests, for which they are legally prohibited from offering specific numbers. There were also three account deletion requests made by government agencies, which Apple granted.

Be sure to check out Apple's report for the complete breakdown.