The iOS 9.3 version has brought the new awesome features for all their iOS users and devices, which enables the users to add the Touch ID protection to secure their notes. The user can add the Touch ID and password after the authorization requirements for any important notes from the “Notes application”. Any time you want to get access your secret notes you will need to prove your identity with your fingerprint scan or you can access through entering the password.
So, it will now allow any other person to access your notes. This feature is very handy for several users who saved their personal details in the Notes app and there are lot of peoples who want to gain access to your iPad, iPad or iPhone touch. By adding up the dual protection for your Notes save your data which might be access by the hackers.
If you update your iPhone device up to iOS 9.3 version and want to facilitate the Touch ID protection to covered any of your important note. This article will provides you information how to enable this new feature to protect and your secret information or note.
Setting up the password to your Notes
- From you iPhone open the setting app and tap on the “Notes”.
- The next page open and you can find the “Notes” option and then tap on it.
- Now enter the password which you can remember easily and enter it again to verify the password and then select the hint text.
There is also a recommendation for you to enable the “Touch ID” to get the quicker access; it will let you to get access the locked notes by after scanning your finger print via the home button option.
Using the password protection in notes
Instead of using the password for the entire Notes app, the user of iOS are able to adding the password for just only the particular note which a user can hide or protect of being copied. After accessing the feature from the setting option you just need to open the Notes app and enable the lock option individually for the each note. If you want to add the Touch ID protection or want to enter the password to the open note and then tap on the “Share” option at the right top corner. Tap on the “Lock Note” option from the sharesheet and it will now require you to enter the same password which you entered in the setup process.