Is there no password protection?

sweetie81

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Sep 13, 2007
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Hey soon the iPhone is coming to the UK and I'm really looking forward to buying the iPhone.

However, I noticed that there doesn't seem to be a passwort protection at boout-up. So if my mobile would have been stolen everyone could use it, couldn't they?

Plus if there would be a password protection any person standing beside me would see what my password is because of the nice big keyboard. isn't that a problem for you iPhone users?

Just curious what you think about it.
 

Bernie-Mac

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Jul 30, 2007
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Plus if there would be a password protection any person standing beside me would see what my password is because of the nice big keyboard. isn't that a problem for you iPhone users?
After about 3 days of having your iphone you will learn to trust the auto-correction and text with both hands really fast so the person behind you will just see a bunch of letters popping up and 2 thumbs moving really fast and their brain wont be able to figure out what you typed:)
 

sweetie81

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Sep 13, 2007
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After about 3 days of having your iphone you will learn to trust the auto-correction and text with both hands really fast so the person behind you will just see a bunch of letters popping up and 2 thumbs moving really fast and their brain wont be able to figure out what you typed:)
Sounds fine. Let's hope the computer won't save the password somewhere because you mentioned auto correction.
 
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