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New security feature on Apple’s latest iOS 17.3 update

By Reuters
30 January 2024   |   3:12 am
A new security feature called Stolen Device Protection has been added to all iPhones in Apple’s latest iOS 17.3 update. The trillion-dollar company explained that it is an optional feature, but it urged all of its customers to turn it on.

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