How To Use Two-Factor Authentication In iOS

Two-Factor Authentication is an extra layer of security for your Apple ID designed to make sure only you can access your account, even if someone else has found out your password. Two-Factor Authentication ensures you can only login to your account on devices you trust – i.e. your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. To turn it […]

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How To Turn On Automatic Updates – iOS

One of the most important ways to stay safe online and keep your data secure is to make sure you always have the latest security updates installed on your iPhone & iPad. Luckily there is a very simple way to make sure you are always covered – use the Automatic Updates feature in iOS.  This […]

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Create Stronger iOS Device Passcodes

Apple has long made it awkward for users to create stronger “memorable” numeric passcodes; it has kept a 5 digit length or if you want something more secure & harder to guess you always had to choose a password with letters and numbers. Well now the Apple hipsters have removed that limitation – you can […]

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iMessage Still Leaks Your Messages To Stolen iPhones

Victims of iPhone theft have discovered that remotely wiping the nicked kit won’t stop iMessage content being delivered to the thief, who can continue to respond under the owner’s name. The flaw was spotted by one David Hovis, whose wife had her iPhone lifted and promptly deactivated the mobile number, remotely wiped the data and […]

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Siri Allows iPhone Security Overide

Siri – the Apple iPhones’ voice controlled personal assistant poses a vast security threat to your data, if left in its default mode – even when your iPhone is locked. The default setting for Siri allows it to accept and execute voice commands on a locked iPhone.  Activating the app on a locked phone will […]

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iPhones Overtake Blackberrys In Business World

Mobile workers are giving up almost an hour every working day in sleep and exercise time, thanks to being able to work on the mobile devices which almost half of them had to pay for. The figures come from iPass, provider of single-log-on services for remote workers, which gathered the data by surveying 2,300 of […]

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