How to Protect iPhone Against Apps

Apple is renowned for its high standards of data security and privacy However, iPhones still fall prey to hackers. Criminals are able to steal sensitive information by stealing data from iPhone apps that collect the data on a regular basis. This includes browsing history pictures, passwords, and current location.

The simplest way to protect your iPhone against apps is by ensuring that you use a strong passcode- one that you can actually remember and that you don’t have to note down anywhere (you should be doing this anyway). Another good idea is to disable the ability to display notification content on the lock screen, that will stop strangers from gaining access to personal information without being able to unlock your phone.

If you want to take it one step further, ensure that you are using the Screen Time passcode feature that allows you to create a custom alphanumeric code, or at least block access to your four-digit numeric code that will make it more difficult for thieves to crack your passcode until they’ve got the right. You can also activate the feature to erase all data stored on your iPhone after 10 unsuccessful passcode attempts, which will render your device unusable for thieves — though it could be useless to you if you’re unable to access your iCloud images or other content.

Then, consider installing a trusted mobile security app, such as Clario. It can alert you to harmful websites, safeguard your identity from theft on Instagram and other social media platforms, block potentially harmful and annoying advertisements, improve your privacy with the help of a VPN, and more.

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