IPHONE owners are being asked to consider important and useful settings for their phones that make life easier for their loved ones.
Apple has a special feature called Legacy Contacts for people you can trust when you pass away.
That means they can get your data when you die.
This can include important photos, messages you want to keep, etc.
It also includes notes, files, downloaded apps, device backups, and more.
No one likes to think about death, but it’s always worth preparing for the worst and making the dying process easier for your family.
If you have something very personal on your iPhone, it may not be something that everyone will be comfortable using, but think carefully before setting it up.
TikToker’s Scott Polderman showed his 1.5 million followers how to set it up.
first you need to enter setting.
From there, tap your name and Apple ID at the top.
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Then select password and security.
Scroll down until you see Former contact.
Tap + Add old contact.
So Add old contact Also.
You have to choose the special person of your choice.
“As a former contact, [this person] After your death, you will be able to access the data stored in your account,” appears on the next screen.
“Data in your account may include photos, messages, notes, files, contacts, calendar events, downloaded apps, device backups, and more.
“[This person] You will lose access to iCloud Keychain and licensed media. ”
This will generate an access key.
You can print the access key or have it sent by SMS.
Tap when ready send sent to the contact
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