Seven security tips for staying safe on an iPhone | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
iPhones have a reputation for being notoriously secure. After all, they caused quite the kerfuffle between Apple and the FBI because they are, from the FBI's point of view, too secure! However, don't let that lull you into a false sense of security. Using an iPhone is not an automatic guarantee of invulnerability. The good news is that there are easy things to do to avoid causing problems for yourself. The following seven tips will help you to make sure your iPhone is the digital fortress that it was meant to be. 1. Use a long passphrase Most people set a four-digit PIN code, or perhaps the slightly more secure six-digit PIN, to secure their phones. And sure, this seems like perfectly acceptable protection, given that the phone will lock itself down for increasing amounts of time if a thief tries to unlock it with the wrong code too many times. Depending on your settings, it may erase itself after 10 incorrect tries. What can possibly go wrong? Out of a possible 10,000 combinations,