6 Effective Tips to Fully Protect Your iPhone

There are many ways you can fully protect your iPhone, and they are: use a good case or cover to protect your iPhone from scratches, dirt, and dust; clean your covered iPhone at least once a week to avoid dirt build up; protect your screen with an anti-glare film; use plugs to protect your dock port and your headphone jack; use security features for information protection; and find your lost iPhone with tracking applications.

Repairing your iPhone can be as expensive as buying a new quality phone and so much more when you have lost or totally damaged it. Priceless possessions like your iPhone need proper care, including following the care instructions that come with your device. Here are some additional helpful tips so you can fully protect your iPhone inside and out:

Use a good case or cover to protect your iPhone from scratches, dirt, and dust

The first thing that probably comes into your mind when you speak of protection is to get a protective case or cover for your iPhone. There are different materials and styles of cases you can choose from, including skins, silicone cases, hard plastic cases, and leather cases. There are pros and cons for each type of cover, so you need to decide which one suits your needs best. If you also intend to go on beach outings or fishing, you can get a waterproof iphone case for better protection. The general rule is that you need to make sure that your case snugly fits your iPhone to so that it will not fall off and ensures true protection of your iPhone. See to it that the necessary cuts and holes are there for different iPhone functions, such as the power button, volume button, dock, and headphone jack.

Clean your covered iPhone at least once a week to avoid dirt build up

Even if your case fits your iPhone well, you need to make sure you remove your cover and clean your phone every week so that dust and other particles do not build up, causing scratches on your phone. Carefully wipe your iPhone with a soft, dry cloth, like one made of microfiber.

Protect your screen with an anti-glare film

One very useful addition you need to get for your iPhone is a screen protector. The most popular and most advisable one is the anti-glare film, which is a transparent sheet you can stick on the screen of your iPhone. Not only does it help protect your screen from unwanted scratches, but it also prevents screen glare, especially when using your iPhone outdoors.

Use plugs to protect your dock port and your headphone jack

The dock port and the headphone jack of your iPhone stay exposed all the time. Dust can build up on these holes and small foreign objects can enter them, affecting the performance of your iPhone. The best way to protect your phone from this hazard is to use dock port and headphone jack plugs.

Use security features for information protection

Some information you store in your iPhone may be very important and too crucial to keep unprotected, such as personal information, bank account information, and other important things. To keep other people from gaining access to this information, it is important to make use of security features, such as password lock and other verification codes. Even treasured pictures and videos can remain protected from unauthorized access or deletion.

Find your lost iPhone with tracking applications

There are many tracking applications you can download for your iPhone to trace its location if your iPhone goes missing. Examples include Latitude, GadgetTrak, and iPhone LoJack. The idea is to register your iPhone with the software application website. You will either receive periodic information as to the location of your iPhone via email and other networks or you can access a virtual map that indicates the spot where your iPhone is located once you have logged in to their website.

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