Tracking iphone users location

 

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

Tracking iphone users location

Activation Lock is designed to prevent anyone from using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if you ever lose your device. It starts working the moment you turn on Find My iPhone. From then on, your Apple ID and password will be required before anyone can turn off Find My iPhone, erase your device, or reactivate it. This can help you keep your device secure, even if it’s in the wrong hands. And now it even works with your Apple Watch.

Sometimes it’s better to be safe than sorry. If you’re worried that your device has fallen into the wrong hands, you may want to initiate a remote wipe to delete your personal data and restore your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac to its factory settings. And if you do retrieve your device, you can restore it from your iCloud backup.

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

The company that pays your salary, and that gave you the iPhone you’re currently using for work, is also entitled to monitor what you do with it. Your company’s IT department can and will track your Internet traffic, and will even know if you read this article on your phone while at work.

No, Apple did not give in to the demands of the FBI and it’s not letting enterprises access your personal data either. But as long as your iOS device runs iOS 9.3 or later and was provided by your employer, the company will always be able to control that handset or tablet remotely, monitor your Internet traffic, and track a lost or stolen iPhone or iPad.

Your data will still be protected, and the device is still encrypted as long as it’s protected by a password, PIN or fingerprint. But your employer will have access to it, just as it did before. What will change starting with iOS 9.3 is that Apple will better inform you that your phone’s software can be altered, and your web traffic can be monitored by the company that issued the iPhone.

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