iPhone 6 Privacy

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iPhone 6
Has there been any indication that the iPhone 6 is better at privacy than other iPhone versions? There is speculation because the iPhone 6 is being pushed so hard by the cell phone companies that it could have embedded monitoring or is more secure and that is why the FBI doesn't like it. (Per news reports)


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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can navigate here for more info: https://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/tip/Apple-iOS-8-iPhone-6-improve-IT-security-and-control
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  • ToddN2000
    In my opinion, privacy is only as good as the end user. There are tools to protect them but if they do not use them then the only one to blame is themselves.
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  • Harisheldon

    Nothing is ever truly secure, unless it is not plugged into the Internet. As the FBI has already proven, anything can be broken into, so, them taking Apple to court to un-encrypt the phone was for show. They had access within 24 hours after getting their hands on the phone.

    All any user can do is use alpha-numeric passwords, at least 10 characters long with special characters, and change it every couple of months, and DON'T use your pets name...

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