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Securing a new iPhone in three simple steps

Securing a new iPhone in three simple steps - tips from Symantec experts


With the availability of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, I wanted to share a blog from Symantec outlining three simple steps iPhone owners should follow to secure their Apple devices and accounts.

Symantec’s three steps for iPhone users:

1. Enable the Touch ID fingerprint recognition

2. Use a strong Apple ID password, and make it unique

3. Enable two-step verification

The full blog has additional details on completing each of the steps.


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