The iPhone has only been around since 2007, and the iPad since 2010, but already these devices have become indispensable parts of many people's lives. That indispensability comes from the sheer versatility of these devices. In a typical day, you probably use your iOS device to surf the Web, exchange emails and text messages, make calls, manage your contacts and calendar, listen to music, play games, check the weather or the stock market, and a dozen other tasks large and small. However, that insanely great power and convenience come with a price: your iOS device is loaded with information about ...
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8. Protecting Your Device
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