Inside the brain of a Geek: Protecting your iPhone’s data

Mobile devices can store a mass amount of data. What do we store on our iPhone and iPad? Photos of your pets?  Confidential corporate email? According to a 2011 study, 50% of mobile users store credit card, PIN, or passwords on their mobile device.  Your data needs to be protected in case your iPhone becomes lost or stolen.

For a video on how to set a passcode on an iPhone click the photo below.

Tech Warning: When you are setting up your passcode you will see an option called “Erase Data”  Only turn this feature on if you backup your iPhone at least once a week and don’t have small children.


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Video by 02GureTV


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