| July 3, 2014 | No comment yet
When I’m sitting around at home, I don’t feel the need to use extra security measures to protect my information from prying eyes. I don’t need a passcode. I don’t need Touch ID. I don’t even care if anyone sees my browser history. However, when I leave the house, I want all the double-extra-super protection that exists to ensure that strangers can’t access my content. I keep my iPad and iPhone protected at all times because it’s kind of a pain to switch back and forth between secure and unsecure.
There is a chance that, in the future, Apple will make it possible for users to have different security settings based on location. So, when I’m at home, I can leave my device completely open. When I’m at work, I can have a basic level of security. When I’m at a dive bar downtown, I can set the double-extra-super protection.
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