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Tips on Setting Up Touch ID & Passcode on iPhone/iPad

Data security is a big concern to everyone. When it comes to the usage of iPhone/iPad, Touch ID

& Passcode are the shields to prevent your personal data from being accessed without

permission. In this article, we're going to focus on the tips that you can use of when setting up

Touch ID & Passcode and increasing data security on your iPhone/ iPad.

Part 1: Steps to Set Up Touch ID

Touch ID allow users to unlock their iOS device with fingerprint. It is available for the under-listed

iPhone/iPad models:

iPhone 5s or later;

iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, or iPad mini 3 or later.

To use Touch ID, you need to add a fingerprint first (you can enroll up to five fingerprints). Here

are the specific steps:

Step 1. Go to "Settings" > "Touch ID & Passcode". You'll asked to enter passcode of the device if

you have turned on passcode.

Step 2. Click "Add a Fingerprint" to begin.

Step 3. You'll be asked to place finger on the Home button several times until your fingerprint is

completely read by the device. Please:

Use your finger to touch the Home button instead of pressing it;

Keep touching the Home button until you feel a vibration;

Make small adjustments to the position of your finger each time you touch the Home button.

Step 4. You'll then need to adjust your grip. In this step, touch the Home button with the outer

areas of your fingertip, instead of the center part that has already been recorded.

Step 5. Your fingerprint has been successfully added when you see "Complete". You can then

rename the fingerprint to help yourself remember the right finger.

You can not only use Touch ID to unlock your iDevice, but also to make purchase in

iTunes/App/iBook Store and make Apple Pay purchase. To enable the functions, on "Touch ID &

Passcode" settings, toggle on "Apple Pay" and "iTunes & App Store" options.

Note: For iPhone 6/6 Plus or later, you can use Touch ID for Apple Pay within apps, and on

websites in Safaria; for iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 3 or later,only within apps and on websites in Safari.

Part 2: Steps to Set Up Passcode

Step 1. navigate to "Settings" > "Touch ID & Passcode" ("Passcode" for device without Touch ID),

and then tap "Turn Passcode On".

Step 2. You'll be asked to enter passcode. Enter the passcode and re-enter it to comfirm.

Note: There are four types of passcode: six-digit passcode, four-digit numeric code, custom

numeric code and custom alphanumeric code. Tap on "Passcode Options" to switch to the one

you like.

Step 3. If You want to change the passcode later, tap on "Change passcode".

Part 3: Tips to Level Up Information Security

To level up the security of your iPhone/iPad, you should:

1. Always turn on passcode or Touch ID

Without passcode or Touch ID, others can easily access your information when the device is lost

or your data will get mistakenly deleted by children or even your pets. (If you have data deleted,

FonePaw iOS Data Recovery can help you get them back).

2. Require passcode Immediately Apple Pay within apps, and on

But you change the "Require Passcode" setting to require passcode 1 minute~4 hour after the

screen is locked. But for your security, you should set it at "Immdiately" so that your device

require passcode as soon as the screen is lock.

3. Enable Erase Data

The feature will erase your device automatically after ten failed passcode attempts. This could be

very helpful when the device is stolen or lost. Remeber the case of FBI against Apple? Even FBI

found it hard to disable this auto-wipe function. So go to "Settings" > "Touch ID & Passcode" >

Toggle on "Erase Data".

4. Be Careful about "Allow Access When Locked"

iPhone/iPad now allow you to access some features when your device is locked. Including:

Notifications View: View nofications from apps on your device, such as WhatsApp, Facebook.

Siri: Siri can answer questions and execute commands right from the Lock screen.

Wallet: You can access to things in Wallet, such as coupons, boarding pass, movie tickets without

unlocking your device. Apple Pay within apps, and on

Reply with Messages: When your contacts sends you a message from iMessage, you can read the

message and reply it directly from the Lock screen.

Home Control(iOS 10): You can control your home automation accessories without unlocking the


The feature can bring us a lot of convenience, but it also means that some important information

of yours are accessible for anyone without unlocking your device. For example, your credit

information on Wallet; important messages on WhatsApp or iMessages. So if you find it

neccessary, disable the options in "Settings" > "Touch ID & Passcode" > "Allow Access When



Unable to Unlock Device

If you have trouble unlocking your device, for example, forgetting passcode or Touch ID not

working, click the link for help.