iOS 10 iCloud

I admit being deeply distrustful of cloud storage generally. Cloud storage servers containing large amounts of data are natural targets for hackers. This was famously demonstrated with the 2014 breaches of over 100 celebrities’ iCloud accounts. Information stored in the cloud may also be vulnerable in transit, is stored on hardware you do not control, and may be impossible to fully delete. Continue reading “iOS 10 iCloud”

iOS 10: iTunes Security Uses

Apple’s iTunes and iCloud applications are both extremely important. Both allow you the ability to conduct backups and do file transfers. Both have some challenges and some slightly different capabilities however. Today I am going to cover some iTunes security features that you should be using. Continue reading “iOS 10: iTunes Security Uses”

iOS 10 Cellular & Bluetooth Settings

In the last post in this series I discussed the Wi-Fi interface settings. Certainly no less important to privacy and security is the cellular interface. This is an iPhone’s primary interface and managing it effectively is extremely important. Fortunately the iOS 10 cellular settings grant granular control to what can use this interface and what cannot. This post will also address the Bluetooth nad Personal Hotspot settings in iOS. Continue reading “iOS 10 Cellular & Bluetooth Settings”