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HELP, how do I check accessed apps on iPhone 5?

juiceejay

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May 16, 2016
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Hello everybody, recently I lent my old iphone to someone for about a month..
I didnt realize I still had a lot of private information and accounts on my phone, when it was returned I just realized how she could have easily accessed all that stuff.. Most of it were private messages, sent documents, emails (MY EMAIL WAS LOGGED IN), photo gallery and saved passwords, some passwords were stored in my notes.

Is there anyway I can see if she opened my messages, pictures and notes? Is there a way to see which apps were opened in the past month? I need to know if my private information were opened or not.

I saw this Battery Usage utility in Settings but my iPhone is not up to date, its still on version 7.0.4. So I dont think it can show me the battery usage since it hasnt been updated yet. Although, I am going to update it right now just to be sure.
So now I'm desperate and here I am.. If you guys know a way to do something similar to the battery usage function, which is to access the history of which apps were opened the past few weeks please tell me how. I might even jailbreak my phone if there is a way to do this since I dont really use this phone anymore.
 
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StarkCity

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Hello everybody, recently I lent my old iphone to someone for about a month..
I didnt realize I still had a lot of private information and accounts on my phone, when it was returned I just realized how she could have easily accessed all that stuff.. Most of it were private messages, sent documents, emails (MY EMAIL WAS LOGGED IN), photo gallery and saved passwords, some passwords were stored in my notes.

Is there anyway I can see if she opened my messages, pictures and notes? Is there a way to see which apps were opened in the past month? I need to know if my private information were opened or not.

I saw this Battery Usage utility in Settings but my iPhone is not up to date, its still on version 7.0.4. So I dont think it can show me the battery usage since it hasnt been updated yet. Although, I am going to update it right now just to be sure.
So now I'm desperate and here I am.. If you guys know a way to do something similar to the battery usage function, which is to access the history of which apps were opened the past few weeks please tell me how. I might even jailbreak my phone if there is a way to do this since I dont really use this phone anymore.

No way to tell if they 'checked' your stuff. Don't update that phone either. You might be able to sell a 5 on iOS 7 for decent money to the right person. I'd change my passwords to ease your mind but there's nothing more you can do.
 

juiceejay

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Original poster
May 16, 2016
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No way to tell if they 'checked' your stuff. Don't update that phone either. You might be able to sell a 5 on iOS 7 for decent money to the right person. I'd change my passwords to ease your mind but there's nothing more you can do.
dang it so even thru jailbreaking i cant do anything? but.. but i sent nudes
 

Mr. Buzzcut

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Well, the friendship good enough to loan a phone with data on it is now just a little closer. :)

Change your passwords and don't worry about that which cannot be unseen.
 

eyoungren

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dang it so even thru jailbreaking i cant do anything? but.. but i sent nudes
Jailbreaking is not this magical mystical thing that can unlock iPhones (although it used to) and make them work on any network, fix relationship problems, erase the past or give one the capability to reach through the phone and whiteout anything somebody else did. It wasn't a jailbroken iPhone that the Men in Black used in the movie to wipe memories.

Jailbreaking allows non-Apple code to execute on your device. That's it.

You physically lent your device to someone else and it was out of your posession for a time. There's nothing you can do to undo the physical actions of another person while that phone was not in your posession.
 
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