iPhones and iPads are, out of the box, quite robust and secure platforms. But with a few tweaks you can harden that security dramatically without adding too much burden to your day-to-day usage of the device.
#1: It all starts with a really good, strong passcode
If you’re using a 4-digit PIN code, stop what you are doing and change it right now. I’ll wait for you.
Good iOS security starts with having a really strong passcode. If this is something that’s easily guessable then everything else you do is pretty much pointless.
No matter whether you use Face ID or Touch ID to access your iPhone, you still need a passcode, and the longer the…