I’ve just released A Practical Guide to Networking, Privacy, and Security in iOS 11, the latest version of a book about those three topics that I’ve been updating for about seven years in a couple of different versions.
My intent is to give you everything you need to manage networking—Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, cellular, Personal Hotspot, AirPlay, AirDrop, and more—as well as all the ins and outs of what Apple does with your private data and how it controls and restricts access by third-party apps and Web sites to you while you use an iPhone or iPad. I also explain how to pick good passwords, turn on two-factor authentication, use passcodes and Touch ID, and find your missing iPhone or iPad.
It's a reference work—you probably won't want to read it end to end! But whenever you have a question about any of these topics, it’s there to refer to you. You can purchase it directly from me via the link below, and you get a DRM-free ebook in three different formats, so you can read it anywhere you want on any device. The price includes any updates to this iOS 11 edition.
Read more about the book here, including a downloadable excerpt and table of contents.
If you purchased any previous edition, you’re entitled to a low-cost upgrade; contact me if you didn’t receive email or other notification. If you’d like this book in print, you can purchase a print-on-demand edition via Amazon.