Using Passcode Lock


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Using Passcode Lock

If you keep personal information on your iOS device, or if you just want to make sure that no one will be able to use your device just by picking it up or if it has been lost or stolen, it's a good idea to use the passcode feature found in Settings > General > Passcode Lock. If you're using an iPhone 5S, this will read passcode and fingerprint, since the 5S has a built-in fingerprint sensor. We looked at how to set that up back in the first chapter. Okay, let's look at the settings here, starting with Turn Passcode On. When I tap that option, I'm prompted to enter a four digit passcode.

This is a four digit passcode of your choosing. Just tap one in, and then tap it again to confirm that you typed it correctly. Now at this point it's important to stress that you have turned Passcode on. Meaning that if you were to lock your screen right now, and then go to wake it up again. You're going to be prompted to enter your passcode before you can access your phone, so it's v...

Using Passcode Lock
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Using Passcode Lock provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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