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The One Reason Why You Should Require A Passcode On Your iPhone

Now that there are so many steps to unlock your phone with the new iOS 10 update (you have to swipe AND hit the home button), you might be tempted to remove the passcode from your iPhone as a way to speed up the process of getting in. But stop right there–this is a terrible idea, […]
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