These are the most important privacy settings in iOS 10
Now that you have iOS 10 installed, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, you should take note of these privacy and security steps to lock down your device.
iOS 10 comes with some improvements. Before you do anything like customizing your phone, loading new apps, or syncing your data for the first time, these settings need to be checked and changed.
- Today is a leaky set of widgets
Gone are the days when your iPhone acted as a security checkpoint. A new feature, dubbed Today, lets you see at a glance from your lock screen your events for the day, news, and in some cases personal information.
You can turn off each panel by swiping to the right on the Home screen (into the Today pane), then scrolling to the bottom, and selecting Edit. From there, you can remove each panel as necessary.