Apple company’s iPhones are the most loved phones around the world whose features and uniqueness make most of the smartphone users eager to get this phone.
As the iPhone is in demand, the theft is also high, so various options are added to improve its security, but even so, thieves can unlock its passcode and gain access to your essential data. are
The Wall Street Journal report states that thieves go into ‘Recovery Key’ to change your passcode and turn off the ‘Find My Phone’ option so you can never find your phone.
The report further states that some iPhone users have complained that their bank account details have also been hacked through financial apps.
What to do to protect your iPhone data from thieves?
Protect the passcode
The first step to protect your iPhone data from thieves is to protect your passcode.
A spokesman for Apple said in an interview with the American news agency CNN that users should unlock their phones with Face ID or Touch ID because by doing so, people cannot see your passcode. And the phone’s data can be protected to some extent.
He said that if users want to set a passcode, they should choose the longest and most difficult passcode so that the iPhone cannot be easily opened in case of theft, if a user suspects that someone has seen his passcode. If he has gone, he should change his passcode immediately.
Screen Time Settings
This way your data can also be protected by setting screen time, you can lock all apps with screen time.
Back up iPhone daily
Users can keep their data safe by backing up their device on a daily basis.
The iPhone can be backed up with iCloud and iTunes to recover data in case the device is stolen, while the user can also delete data from the stolen device with the help of the backup.