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Set a Passcode Lock with Find My iPhone

Set a Passcode Lock with Find My iPhone

Posted September 9, 2009 at 8:15pm by iClarified
Apple has announced that you can now set a passcode lock on your iPhone remotely using Find My iPhone.

With Find My iPhone, you can help protect the information on a missing iPhone by remotely assigning a four-digit passcode lock. This is especially useful if you've never set a passcode before or if you want to set a new one.

To use this new feature, first install the iPhone OS 3.1 Software Update. Then if you want to remotely set a passcode lock, log in to your MobileMe Account, choose Find My iPhone in the column on the left, and click Remote Lock.

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t11chb - September 10, 2009 at 2:15pm
Here's what makes all this pointless; If someone steals my phone, oh a passlock, click emergency call & run up a huge bill!!
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