- Jun 15, 2011
Camarolina said:I started this thread hoping to get more info from actual iPhone users not have everyone regurgitate the same lines that they heard on the television.
How does that security work? Do you have to specifically turn it on? Is every bit of info on the iPhone automatically secured or just the info you want? What do you do if you forget your password? Stuff like that.
There is a 4 digit pasword or fingerprint scan that can be enabled or disabled at the users preference. In this case the security feature were enabled. Entering the code wrong too many times, wipes the phone clean erasing all data, apps and history
It's my understanding that the Feds are not asking Apple to take the phone and get back with them. That are demanding that Apple provide them with a back door.
I for one support Apple. Their security functions are superior and one of the many reasons why I own several of thier products.
We allow too many of our liberties to be taken in the name of safety. "Well if the government says it will make me safe, well then I guess I'm okay with it"
Lol. So your liberties are eroded away one grain of sand at a time.