September 8, 2015

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iPhone Security Tips for the New iPhone 6s

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the newest iPhone is expected to be unveiled on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at an Apple media event. Nothing has been confirmed by Apple yet, but MacRumors has shared quite a bit of buzz about the iPhone 6s release (some think it could even be called the iPhone 7).

Since the iPhone was just redesigned last year, the iPhone 6s is expected to be more about internal improvements like a better camera, 2GB RAM, and a faster A9 processor. The new iPhone is also expected to have the Force Touch feature — first released with the Apple Watch — which lets users incorporate pressure sensitivity. However, externally, insiders are thinking that the 2015 iPhone could also use 7000 series aluminum in the design which would make the phone stronger and less prone to bending.

We know that regardless of what the new iPhone’s features end up being, Apple fans will flock to the stores for the latest and greatest version. If you’re planning to place an order for the iPhone 6s, it’s important that you also prioritize iPhone security and learn how to set up your device properly.

For starters, make sure that you enable a pass-code that locks your phone while not in use. In addition, enabling Apple’s “Find My iPhone” feature is a good idea, just in case your phone is ever misplaced or stolen. For even more tips, check out Setting Up Your New Digital Device.

Image courtesy of Flickr user PROKārlis Dambrāns.

David Rabinovitz

Identity Protection Consultant at IdentityForce
David is aligned closely with c-level principals and provides them with coaching services focused on strategy, finance, ownership, deal structuring, and shareholder relationships, which led him to join one of his high-growth clients as their CFO. As a high-energy executive with a wealth of experience, David is a versatile corporate “fireman” who skills are often sought after to assess and resolve complex business challenges, as he brings critical insight for business leaders in transition.He is also a long-standing Special Crew Volunteer for Pan-Mass Challenge, an annual cycling fundraiser that strives to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers the necessary resources to discover cures for all types of cancer.