Apple translates its personal safety guide into French

Apple has published a translated version in French of its “Personal Security User’s Guide” which is responsible for giving some advice on the security and confidentiality of online data. This guide was originally published in English at the beginning of the year, the French version makes it accessible to a greater number.

On the program, the details of the measures planned by Apple on its devices to protect your personal data, with various advice, from updating its devices to activating two-factor authentication, through the configuration of Touch ID or Face ID. The company has written a guide that is aimed at all levels and even beginners can follow it, with step-by-step explanations.

A whole section is also intended for the sharing of this personal data, in particular in the context of family sharing. The guide offers several methods to verify what data is shared and with whom, and it also offers solutions to limit this sharing when necessary. Finally, three lists of points to check are provided by Apple:

The set is completed by a table of contents and a search field, to find an element more quickly.


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