Iphone 4 data tracking

 

Having your iPhone stolen is bad enough. You're out the hundreds of dollars that the phone originally cost and now you need to buy a new one. But the idea that the thief also has access to your personal data stored on the phone is even worse.

If you're facing this situation, here are some steps you can take before your phone is lost or stolen, and a few after it is, that can protect your personal data.

Setting a passcode on your iPhone is a basic security measure you can—and should—take right now (if you haven't already done so). With a passcode set, someone trying to access your phone will need to enter the code to get at your data. If they don't know the code, they won't get in.

Iphone 4 data tracking

Reviewing iPhone 4 is a challenge. It has been hailed by Apple as the greatest leap forward since the original iPhone 2G and dismissed by critics as just another iterative rehash. iPhone 4 has a new look. Polished stainless steel bound by sleekly laminated layers of glass, it harkens back to the heydays of Leica and Braun and might just be the iPhone Apple has always dreamed of making. Yet having glass front and back and the antenna array banded along the side could end up being as much functional loss as it is form win.

iPhone 4 also ships with Apple's latest software, iOS 4. It brings features such as multitasking and folders, unified inbox and threaded email, and FaceTime video calling. Each of these come with limitations however, that while making them nearly effortless for new users to pick up, ensure power users will retain a level of frustration with the platform.

Like every one of Apple's iOS products before it, iPhone 4 is going to be as divisive and controversial as it is popular and passionately embraced. Some of you will be looking at it, iPhone 3GS , 3G, or even 2G still in hand, wondering if its worth the upgrade. Others may be looking across from Android or BlackBerry , webOS or Windows Phones , trying to figure out if its finally time to make the switch (or come back).

Having your iPhone stolen is bad enough. You're out the hundreds of dollars that the phone originally cost and now you need to buy a new one. But the idea that the thief also has access to your personal data stored on the phone is even worse.

If you're facing this situation, here are some steps you can take before your phone is lost or stolen, and a few after it is, that can protect your personal data.

Setting a passcode on your iPhone is a basic security measure you can—and should—take right now (if you haven't already done so). With a passcode set, someone trying to access your phone will need to enter the code to get at your data. If they don't know the code, they won't get in.

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