5 Common Mistakes New iPhone Users Make

Ok, your iPhone charger cable is damaged or forgot where it is and needs a replacement immediately. What is being done?

Surely the majority of you will go to an electronics store or open an e-commerce site looking for an iPhone charger cable at the most affordable price.

Even though the prices are cheaper, most of these cables are unofficial or do not have a direct license from Apple.

By using an unauthorized cable, it has the potential to damage your iPhone and some of these accessories are made for malicious purposes, such as stealing user data to hacking cellphones.

To make sure you are using a safe and compatible third-party accessory, make sure it has the MFi (Made for iPhone) logo on it.

5. Use a Third-Party Password Manager

With a variety of services and social media accounts, it’s a good idea to be careful about choosing common passwords.

However, before you start looking for a third-party password manager, Apple already provides a solution with iCloud Keychain.

iCloud Keychain is Apple’s built-in password manager that can help users create and store strong passwords for all accounts, and autofill them when needed.

Additionally, it supports two-factor authentication (2FA), which adds an extra layer of security to your account. It also provides security recommendations and can detect passwords have been compromised.

To use it, you can open iCloud > directly slide the Keychain button. If you want to add or view saved passwords, go to Settings > Passwords.

(Ysl/Isk)

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