Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How To Find Your Lost iPhone or iPad

If you are a lawyer carrying an iPhone or an iPad, it is likely that device is jammed with important and confidential information.  What happens if you misplace that devise, with all of that important information?

Fortunately Apple has thought of such an unpleasant event, and the iOS operating system has built in security measures.  You can track your lost device, or you can remotely sweep its contents clean (a super erase if you will). However, for those measures to be available to you, you have to set them up on the device, and you need to know how to utilize them.

For an education on this topic we turn to our friends at Apple Tool  The hardworking folks at ATB have posted a step-by-step tutorial on how to program your device in anticipation of its being lost, and on what to do when it is lost.  It couldn't be simpler.  Click here to learn how.

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