How to Setting Up the Passcode on iPhone 8

iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are devices specifically designed with Passcode and TouchID feature. This very feature is one that is designed to ensure the security and privacy of your iPhone. It will let you unlock your device by using your own fingerprint. Since people’s fingerprint is different from one person to another, it is more secure than using pattern code and such which is possible to guess yourself. Since you can’t mimic the fingerprint, guessing would be impossible to be done by anyone.

There is no more need to worry about leaving your iPhone somewhere, especially if you have things hidden and don’t want others to know them. There will be no one to even be capable of unlocking your iPhone without going through the fingerprint check. Well, there is more than one fingerprint you can add though. If you are fine about other person knowing the content of your iPhone, you can always add his/her fingerprint to access it. Just make good use of the feature in proper way and you will be able to enjoy using the iPhone.

Now, to get your device secured properly, you need to set up the passcode first. What do we have to do then? There is nothing to worry about. You will be able to set it up yourself if you follow the way properly. Here are the steps to follow.

  • Tap Settings from the Home screen

  • Find Touch ID & Passcode and tap it

  • Tap the Turn Passcode On

  • Pick the intended passcode format

  • Type the passcode and repeat if needed

  • Tap Require Passcode and set the locking time

Once you are done following these steps, you will have the passcode properly set up in your iPhone. Well, this is not the only thing you need to do to get your device protected by fingerprint feature. Remember that the feature itself is not all about the passcode only. As you might have known, there is the so-called TouchID. Of course, you will have to set it up before you can finally enjoy this security feature for your iPhone. Nothing feels safer than having your device protected to avoid people from peeking in without knowing it, right?

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