Overhaul your passwords


macOS Mojave, iOS 12, a password manager (optional)


How to use more secure passwords on both iOS and macOS


15 minutes

THERE ARE MANY ways we can safeguard our accounts. Apple provides plenty of options, from two–factor authentication to using hard–to–guess security questions. But there’s one thing many of us fail to properly sort out: our passwords.

Whether that’s

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