Privacy, says Apple, is a fundamental human right. They're not wrong.
There was a time when minding your own business was enough, but in an increasingly online world, there are more and more pitfalls to worry about when it comes to your digital presence. When your iPhone knows your address, your bank details, where you've been, which websites you visit, and even what your kids look like, it's no understatement to say that protecting that data is key.
iPhones might have a bigger focus on privacy than rival smartphones, but even so it's vitally important to know when your data is collected, how it's used, and how you can stop it from happening. What you share, and when, should be up to you.
Here, we've compiled some of our best-loved articles from the past few years on the topic of iPhones and privacy, to give you a leg-up and ensure you don't inadvertently leave yourself open to oversharing.
Chapter one looks at Apple's stance on privacy, and the measures it automatically takes to protect you. Chapter two contains recommendations for the iPhone settings you should change ASAP to keep snoopers away. Chapter three focuses on the tech giants that trade in personal data, and how to keep them at bay.
All this and more is waiting for you in Privacy, Please, a PDF download that's print-ready and works on practically any device.