Apple's introduction of Face ID on the iPhone X dragged the conversation about iOS security back into the spotlight — and that's always a good thing. People are far too lax with the security on their smartphones. In fact, many people out there don't even bother to secure their iPhones and Android phones with a passcode. Then when they lose their phones and their personal information is compromised, they complain and act surprised.
In iOS 11, Apple has provided users with a number of tools to ensure that personal files and data remains secure. Fully utilizing those tools is of course up to the user. In this post, we'll run through all the iOS 11 settings you need to adjust if you want to make your iPhone as secure as possible.
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