Secure Yourself in iOS 12

Update, Sept. 17: iOS 12 is out today!

Apple hasn’t released iOS 12, the latest update for the iPhone and iPad, but I’m ready—and you can be, too! I’ve updated my book A Practical Guide to Networking, Privacy, & Security to cover iOS 12 based on the latest public beta releases,  which are close to the final version. You’ll receive free updates to this edition if anything changes after release or for any future changes to iOS 12.

The book offers background information, explanations, and illustrated, step-by-step instructions across a wide range of topics, from connecting securely to Wi-Fi networks to setting privacy preferences for Siri and Safari to blocking unwanted calls and Web trackers to finding your phone or tablet when it’s lost.

The 186-page is long, but not daunting. I wrote it so that you can easily find a topic you want, like Bluetooth pairing or using AirPlay, and then dip in for that information. You don’t need to read it cover to cover to get a benefit, but you’re more than welcome to!

You can read more about the book, see sample pages, read a full list of topics, updates for iOS 12, and the table of contents at the Practical Guides page. You can also order directly via the Add to Cart link on this post!

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