The iPhones and iPads they are designed to have quite handy and safe products. But with a few modifications, however, you can increase this security of iOS 13.2 without burdening the device with everyday use.
- The most important security is the password
Proper security of iOS 13.2 starts with a very strong password. If this is something anyone can easily guess, then whatever you do is insignificant. Regardless of whether you use it Face ID or Touch ID to access your iPhone, you still need a password, and the harder the password you use, the better.
- Block apps for This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. Bluetooth access
After installing iOS 13.2, you will find many applications like Facebook requesting permission to transmit data via Bluetooth. You can either enable or deny it, but you can also go to Settings> Privacy> Bluetooth and make changes there.
- She's got protection brute-strength
IOS has built-in protection brute-force to prevent an unauthorized user from discovering your passwords.
Go to Settings> Face Recognition & Password (or Authentication & Password on Older iPhones), enter your existing password, and scroll down to Clear Data.
After 10 attempts, the encryption key will be deleted and your data will be erased.
- Make sure IOS automatic updates are enabled
IOS 13.2 has the ability to update itself automatically, which is a great way to make sure your iPhone is fully up to date.
This should be configured automatically, but you can check it in Settings> General> Software Update and make sure Automatic Updates are turned on.
- Reduce its duration lock screen
The sooner you adjust its duration lock screen, the faster your password will appear on the screen.
You can change the auto-lock time by going to Settings> Display & Brightness> Auto-lock.
- Autofill codes and third-party managers
You can find this feature in Settings> Passwords & Accounts> AutoFill Passwords.
- Check for password reuse
If you use it iCloud Keychain to store internet passwords, you can now use it to check your password reuse.
Go to Settings> Passwords & Accounts> Website & Application Passwords and verify your identity with either your face / touch ID or your password.
You will see a gray triangle with an exclamation mark next to each reusable entry. To change the password, click Change Password on the Website.
- The Wi-Fi Tracking is blocked
Until iOS 12, iPhone and iPhone users were able to register iPad via public Wi-Fi hotspots, since the device was automatically plugged in wherever anyone was. This feature is now blocked by iOS 13.2, so you can release it without fear of tracking.
- check it location sharing
Another thing you may have noticed after installing iOS 13.2 is that you receive notifications informing you that applications are using your location data and allowing you to enable or disable it. You can change this by going to Settings> Privacy> Location Services and changing the permissions for your applications.
10. Find your devices
Finally, it has a new application called “Find My”Which lets you see where your friends and family are, share your location, or find a stolen device.
This app has two great features, one being "Enable Offline Finding" that helps you find lost devices that are not connected to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The other is "Send Last Location", which sends the device location to Apple when the battery is low.