7 simple steps for your iPhone security

October 21/2016

Being aware of Internet threats lying in the wait for somebody’s incautiousness, we have decided to prepare 7 simple steps to protect your privacy on iPhone. Having accepted the steps, you can enjoy networking from your iPhone bucking all the threats.

7 simple steps for your iPhone security:

  1. ‘Limit ad tracking’ should be activated

    Apple is known to supply you with adds regarding your interests, but if don’t want to become an object of tracing you can switch it off from your ‘settings’ menu.

  2. Location-based ads should be turned off

    Location-based advertising is to be served to you while the option is on. Having decided to enhance the level of your online protection, you should switch it off in your ‘settings’ too.

  3. ‘Ask to join networks’ option is to be switched on

    Being switched off, your iPhone searches for connection to any available network, which worsens your online security. Having switched on the option, the known networks are to be connected automatically, but the rest will be asked for your permission.

  4. ‘Alphanumeric custom’s passcode’ is to be created

    Instead of using a six-number code you can choose an alphanumeric one, which is stated to be impervious to cracking.

  5. Lock some screen activities

    Having locked your iPhone screen, such functions as Apple Pay and Wallet can be disabled, which can save you from fraudulence and uncontrolled access in case you have missed your iPhone.

  6. Your Safari browser needs additional defense

    Being a security-minded you can disable cookies at least or install some additional apps for your secure networking, such as VPNs.

  7. ‘Erase data’ option should be chosen for your iPhone

    In case you have lost or missed your phone, the option will be irreplaceable as after ten failed attempts to unblock your iPhone all the data is to be deleted.

    Having taken into account and applied these simple steps, your network turns to be more protected from online threats.

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