Apple has been working on repairing broken iPhones and has been trying to convince users to buy new ones.
In a recent article published on MacRumors, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that he believes Apple Watch is more secure than iPhone.
Apple Watch was built for people to buy and upgrade to newer devices and it can also function as a backup for a Mac.
The company has also made a few changes to its iOS apps and its iMessage app to make them more secure.
Apple also changed its operating system for the first time in two years and released a firmware update that will automatically wipe the hard drive of your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and other devices that don’t have a passcode.
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The new feature, called Secure Lock, is called Secure by default on your Apple Watch, and can be disabled if you want.
Secure Lock can be enabled by going to Settings, then Security.
Under the General tab, click on the “Use Secure Lock” checkbox.
You can also disable Secure Lock by going into General Settings, and disabling Secure Lock in the Secure section.