A Practical Guide to Networking, Privacy, & Security in iOS 11

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A Practical Guide to Networking, Privacy, & Security in iOS 11

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This book describes how to use your iPhone or iPad with iOS 11 on Wi-Fi and cellular/mobile networks securely, making connections with ease while protecting your data and your privacy.

It also covers Bluetooth networking, tracking an iOS device, differential privacy, the Apple Watch, Personal Hotspot and Instant Hotspot, blocking jerks and spam (on iMessage, SMS, FaceTime, and voice), two-factor authentication with an Apple ID, using AirDrop and AirPlay, and solving connection problems.

It’s thoroughly updated for iOS 11. (If you have a coupon code, click Purchase, and then enter the code during checkout.)

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Download is a standard ZIP archive (all platforms) with PDF, EPUB, and MOBI (Kindle compatible) versions of the book. Free updates to this iOS 11 edition are included; see Welcome page in the ebook for details on receiving information on updates. You can download an excerpt.

The book is divided into three major sections:

Networking should be simple, and security should be automatic. And money should grow on trees. Despite how intuitive it is to pick up and use an iOS device, requiring little thought as to how it connects to a cellular or Wi-Fi network, it becomes quite complex as soon as you drill down to any details. This is especially true when connectivity fails,and you try to troubleshoot.

Privacy is a subject that deserves much more attention than it’s gotten in the past—and people are starting to pay attention. Your information is your own to choose how it’s shared, whether it’s your location, your food preference, or your address and phone number. iOS provides tools that enhance your ability to control that.

Security is an even denser area. Apple makes the default choices in iOS ­reasonably secure, but to ensure real protection for your data—­while your bits are traveling through the æther or in the event that your device is stolen—you need to know how it all works