Apple is well-known for setting high standards for privacy of its users and data security but iPhones aren’t secure from hackers. It’s feasible for criminals to access sensitive information through the many iPhone apps that collect data every day — including browsing history, personal pictures, current location, and passwords.

You can shield your iPhone from malicious apps by using a strong password that you remember and do not record anywhere (you should already be doing this). Another good idea is to turn off the ability to show notification content on the lock screen, which can stop anyone from accessing your personal information without accessing your phone.

If you’d like to take things further you can utilize the Screen Time feature to create a unique alphanumeric passcode or deactivate access to your 4-digit numeric passcode. This makes it harder for a burglar to force your passcode. You can also set a feature that will erase all data stored on your iPhone after 10 incorrect passcode attempts, rendering your device inaccessible to thieves, but it could be useless for you if you’re unable access your iCloud pictures or other content.

You should consider installing a security app for your mobile that you trust, such as Clario. It will alert you to harmful websites, protect your identity from being stolen on Instagram and other social media platforms as well as block annoying ads and potentially dangerous ones, improve your privacy using VPN, increase your privacy with VPN and more.

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