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How to protect your keys from hackers: How to lock your iPhone and iPad and prevent them from being stolen or broken by someone else

A few months ago, I was surprised to see the lock screen lock icon on my iPhone and it was just the locksmith on the other side of the screen.

When I tried to unlock it, I realized it was the lockscreen.

And then I realized what a bad idea that was. 

The lock screen lockscreen lock screen has become a popular way for hackers to steal your iPhone, iPad and Mac from your control and lock your device for ransom.

But there are a lot of ways to protect yourself from a hacker who wants to take over your iPhone or iPad and steal your money.

Here are four ways you can lock your devices that can help prevent someone from taking over your control:1.

Make sure you have the latest version of the iPhone or Apple Watch.

The iPhone has been out of production for a few months and the Watch has not been updated since July 2017.

The latest versions of the Watch and iPhone come with a security patch that Apple releases as part of the release of the operating system. 

If you are able to unlock your device, it will automatically download a new security patch.

The Watch has a separate version of Apple’s Security Update for its software.2.

Set up an Apple Pay card.

Apple Pay is a secure mobile payment system that uses biometric information.

The only thing you need to know is your fingerprint and if you are a bank account holder. 

You can buy an Apple card at a store or online and it will unlock your iPhone if you tap the lock button. 

Apple Pay is not the only payment system on the iPhone, but it’s a convenient way to pay with your phone. 

3.

Use a secure login.

Many apps and services require you to sign up for a separate login with your Apple ID.

For example, Apple Pay requires a PIN code on the side of your iPhone.

If someone tries to login through your account with your PIN code, the system will lock the device and prevent anyone else from getting access to your information. 

4.

Disable or disable iCloud.

Apple has said it will disable iCloud for the first time in September 2017 for new users and for the entire family.

The company said it’s “reassuring” that iCloud will not be accessed by anyone with access to the device. 

To make sure you are not logging into your account while your device is in the secure login mode, you can disable the password reset feature by opening iCloud Settings.

This will block the access to iCloud account for everyone with access.