These three simple tips will keep your iPhone safe from hackers
How hard is it to keep your iPhone — and the data that’s on it — safe from hackers and other bad folks out there?
Not hard at all.
While there’s no doubt that security is a massive subject, and you could devote your life to it, it’s not hard to get to a point where your iPhone is more secure than 99 percent of other iPhones out there.
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Make sure that your iOS is up to date. This is your primary line of defense against vulnerabilities. I know, I know, there are a lot of them, but that’s the world we live in these days.
It’s also a good idea to keep your apps updated too, but that’s secondary to keeping iOS updated.
Personally, given the number of bugfixes in recent iOS releases, I don’t wait to install them. Sure, there might be bugs like battery issues and such that creep in to iOS releases, but these are, as far as I’m concerned, less of a problem.
#2: Strong passcode
If you’re still rolling with 000000 or 123456 or something dumb like that, change it.