This is a guest post by Sarah Hoekstra who blogs at mac scan. If you wish to write one, kindly check out our guidelines to write a guest post. iPhones have a broad range of functions that enable you to do pretty much everything you can do with your home or office computer. As a result, the amount of private and commercial information that can be accessed through your iPhone is tremendous, but few people seriously think of how that information can be protected. In fact, most people don’t even think it should be protected at all. Email, social networks, website logins and passwords, financial and banking applications are only some of the things that can be accessed from your iPhone in case it is stolen, found, or hacked. Here are some tips that should help you protect your iPhone data.