"Would definitely buy it again"
"The cases one can buy in the mall are muh 🙄. Inexpensive, true. However this case far exceeded my expectations. Everyone loves my choice. I am proud of it!"
"I would buy it again turned out perfect just how I wanted it and didn't take long to get it either my granddaughter loves it."
"I love my phone case. Thanks"
Those interested in extending the life of their phone already know the importance of a good case and screen protector to prolong the life of their phone. As proud of your new green iPhone case as you may be, you should know that it is not the only way to keep your phone and the data on it safe. You should also consider iPhone security and how it protects your phone from data loss. These tips will help you keep your phone secure.
Most iPhones prompt you to lock the phone with a four-digit pin code. However, these passwords are relatively easy to crack, and should be changed to a strong password in the name of greater security. A strong password is one that contains a mixture of letters and numbers, and can also have symbols to make them harder to guess.
A lot of information you want to keep secret from prying eyes can appear on the lock screen of your phone so interested parties don’t even need to know the password. Hide notifications from the settings menu of your iPhone, and consider getting a case with a flap that covers the screen of your phone is order to discourage prying eyes.
Automatically connecting to WiFi networks can be a convenient feature, but it can also make it easy for hackers to get to your data. For added security, disable automatic connections. You can always connect manually connect to networks that you know are safe with a few taps of the screen.
Don’t risk a stranger picking up your phone on accident and getting a glimpse of your personal data. Make your phone look unique with a personalized iPhone case or portable charger. This will dissuade individuals who have the same phone from getting mixed up.