Well I always get an error that iTunes lost connection to my iPhone, when it's syncing and locked. So I have to unlock it/disable the passcode to sync it wirelesslyAbsolutely. There's way too much important information on my phone to not have one. I'm curious, how does having a passcode turned on cause problems when you're syncing your phone?
Same. 5 minutes is the sweet spot.Wirelessly posted (iPhone 4: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A405 Safari/7534.48.3)
I do, but have it to lock after 5 minutes so I don't have to be constantly entering it
Cause you know, people plan on losing their phone or know when they are going to lose it .I don't, but I also know where my phone is at all times. If I'm out somewhere and I think I could be at risk of losing it i'll put one on and turn on find my iphone just in case.
Same here. We use Google Apps for Education for our work email, and we're forced to have a passcode longer than the standard 4-digit code in order for the mail client to connect to Google's servers. But even before that rule went into effect, I had a 4-digit code, because I keep too much information on this thing for just anyone to have access to.Yep, I have one, and I'm also forced to have one. My company requires the use if I want to access the exchange servers for my work email.
Same here. I don't necessarily like it, but I'm getting over it.Yep, I have one, and I'm also forced to have one. My company requires the use if I want to access the exchange servers for my work email.
what about that other 10%?!It's really simple if you think about it. I don't go anywhere without 3 things; my car keys, my wallet, and my phone. 90% of the time if i'm out the phone is in my pocket.