Last week, the tech news cycle was dominated by the standoff between Apple and the FBI over a court order that required the former to create software to aid the latter in unlocking the iPhone of one of the San Bernadino shooters. While the battle seems to be dying down a bit after recent revelations that the phone may have been wiped anyway, it did get me thinking about the steps I’d take to protect my iPhone, should the need ever arise. I should point out two things. One, this level of security on an iPhone is almost never necessary. Two, there…

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