Category: passcode

How to Use 6-Digit Passcode on Apple Watch

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Do you want to use a complex passcode for unlocking your Apple Watch? Fortunately, this is pretty easy to do and can further enhance the security of your smart wearable.

By default, Apple allows you to set a 4-digit passcode for your Apple Watch while configuring it for the first time. However, a 4-digit passcode is a lot easier to crack since there are only 10000 possible combinations. To further secure your Apple Watch, there’s an option that allows you to set a more complicated passcode. This could also come in handy if you’re using a 6-digit passcode…

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How to Set an Alphanumeric Passcode on iPhone & iPad

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Do you want to set a complicated passcode on your new iPhone or iPad to prevent unauthorized access? You’re in luck, because iOS and iPadOS lets users create a custom alphanumeric passcode if that’s what they prefer, allowing for significantly more complex device passcodes that are harder to guess and crack.

By default, when you’re setting up a new iPhone or iPad, iOS asks you to enter a 6-digit numeric passcode to secure the device. Although this is adequate for a vast majority of the users, some security conscious users might be interested in using a…

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