Stolen Device Protection mode: The price of Apple's iPhone is so high that if it is accidentally stolen, a common man does not sleep for many days. In case of theft, not only money is wasted but there is also a risk of data leakage. If a thief accidentally knows your password, he can gain control over your iPhone. Besides, your years' earnings, personal matters etc. can also be misused. To take the security of iPhone users to the next level, Apple is working on a new security feature which is going to make the situation worse even for thieves. Know what this is.
Work is going on on this powerful feature
According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple will include “Stolen Device Protection&rdquo in its upcoming iOS 17.3 update; Is going to give a mode by name. After the introduction of this feature, if your iPhone stays at a location which is not your primary location, then this mode will automatically turn on and to access sensitive data from the iPhone, apart from the passcode, you will also have to enter Face ID biometric. These two steps will have to be followed not only to access the information but also to change the Apple ID and reset the phone. Without these, no one will be able to achieve anything from your iPhone. The new feature will act as an additional layer in the security of Apple users and will save them from trouble.
A special security feature is already available
Apple gives iPhone users a feature called 'Lost Mode' with the help of which users can mark their lost iPhone as lost. Users can turn it on through iCloud after which it gets disabled and also shares its location with the owner. People who are using iOS 17.3 beta can use Stolen Mode. You will find this option in the passcode inside the settings.