Privacy in iOS 15: Configure iPhone Protection to the Maximum

Service iPhone - We bring you a series of tips with which you can protect the privacy of your iPhone in the best possible way using some of the functions you will find in iOS 15, both new and different from previous versions of the operating system. So, if you are new or inexperienced in the iOS world, you will have this guide to help you out.

The idea is that you have all of these options at your disposal, and then you decide which one to use depending on the level of privacy you want to achieve. There are some that are basic and essential, like managing app permissions, and others that are more hidden, like the possibility of sending photos by removing their location metadata.

And as we always say at Dr Gadget, if you are an expert and think we missed an important option mentioned, we invite you to share it with everyone in the comments section. Thus, all users with little experience will be able to help themselves with the vast knowledge of our community.

Set up Face ID

Face ID is Apple's facial recognition system, and is used to unlock your phone with your face. You'll be able to configure it while you're in the initial setup of a new iPhone, but you can also reconfigure or adjust its options from system settings. You can do this by going to iOS Settings and tapping on the Face ID and specific Passcode option.

Once logged in, you can decide what you want to use Face ID for. Ideally, you should protect everything you can with facial recognition, as it's a very convenient way to verify your identity without having to use a password. If the recognition fails, you can tap Reset Face ID to set it up again, or Set an alternative view to add a second face, either someone else you trust or yourself in clothes that don't recognize you.

In the other options, it is important to enable the options for Face ID and Attention Detection functions. With this, the camera sensor built into the iPhone's notch will ensure that you look at the screen before unlocking it, so no one can pick up your phone and unlock it when you look away or when you sleep.

Apple Watch to Unlock

Since we're in a Face ID setup, there's a small detail. Whether it's because of wearing a mask or something else, there are times when Face ID doesn't work and we have to deal with entering a PIN to unlock the iPhone. It can be tempting for the lazy person to expose their privacy by removing the PIN to speed up the process, but if you have an Apple Watch, there's a very simple alternative.

In the Face ID and passcode options, you can enable the Unlock with Apple Watch option. With that said, if you have an unlocked Apple Watch on your wrist, and if Face ID fails, that Apple Watch will be used to unlock the iPhone. Quite convenient, although it only serves to unlock the phone, not to make payments or other operations.

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