Your disgusting search history and embarrassing music collection should be your own, right?
Thankfully there are a number of ways for iPhone users to maintain their privacy.
From basic to less-than-basic, here's a roundup of the best ways for you to keep the contents of your iPhone to yourself.
First and foremost, use a passcode lock
It's a basic step to take: Enable a four-digit passcode in Settings > General > Passcode Lock to stop someone from using your phone without entering the correct series of numbers. You can even enable an option to erase your phone if someone enters the wrong passcode 10 times.
Use an alphanumeric passcode
Numbers only go so far. Turn off "Simple Passcode" in the Passcode Lock menu to let you use numbers and symbols as well. The more complex your passcode, the safer your data.
Delete your browser history
The sites you visit are your own business. If you're sharing a phone with someone, you can delete your browser history inside of Safari by tapping on the Bookmarks icon, navigating to History, then tapping the Clear button in the bottom-left corner.