10 Not Using a Passcode
Apple reported in 2013 that half of all iPhone users didn’t protect their devices with a passcode. Realistically, unprotected iPhones are likely becoming less common with the rise of Face ID and Touch ID, but it’s still something to keep in mind.
It’s not just a theft problem, either. While a thief can be foiled by Face ID or Touch ID, there’s also personal privacy rights at stake here. Even if you’re not concerned about government or law enforcement intrusion and privacy rights, and even if you use Face ID or Touch ID, it’s still smart to give yourself an extra layer of protection with a simple passcode.