Apple explains how to protect your devices when security is at risk

Apple is sharing a guide to help users protect their privacy and geolocation. Apple explains how to protect your devices when security is at risk. It could be someone trying to track their ex or some other situation.

There are several steps in the Apple manual:

Update the operating system Reset your device to the original settings. Protect your device. Protect your Apple account. What to do if you don’t see a location when you log in? Check your privacy settings Use the Find My app Share your location Share with iCloud Shared albums in Photos Shared calendars Share your activity with your Apple Watch Remove unknown third-party applications Remove third-party configuration profiles Use Family Sharing Deceptive and Phishing Requests for information

Each of the above cases has the right to a very precise explanation. Apple’s guide is only available in English at the moment, but it’s pretty easy to understand. There are pictures that will help you know where to go to make such or such changes on your iPhone.

This guide is of particular interest to new users. Apple specifies:

If you are concerned that someone is accessing information that you have not shared from your Apple device, this guide will help you identify the risks. It walks you through the steps to make the technology you rely on as private and secure as you want.

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