Dr.Fone - Data Eraser (iOS) 10.3.10 giveaway olarak 3 Temmuz 2020 tarihinde sunulmuştu
Identity theft is skyrocketing recent years. Erasing your personal information will protect you from identity thieves. Dr.Fone - Data Eraser (iOS) is able to wipe your iOS device completely, as well as erase a particular data permanently. The data you erase will be gone forever. Nobody, not even a professional identity thief, will ever be able to recover it.
What Dr.Fone – Data Eraser (iOS) offers:
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10; Hard Disk Space:200 MB and above free space; CPU:1GHz (32 bit or 64 bit); RAM:256 MB or more of RAM (1024MB Recommended)
1 year license
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Dr.Fone - Data Eraser (iOS) 10.3.10 üzerine yorumlar
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Unless this software can wipe your phone remotely, I don't see the point if you are addressing data protection against thieves? You can't ask the thief to wait until you wipe it first haha. And even if it does wipe the phone remotely, Apple have this feature for free. And if it didnt erase your phone thoroughly enough I am sure Apple would have received bad publicity.
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Again factory reset does that job as it does any phone. If this was for Android AND iOS then maybe i could understand that. But it isn't. And when has anyone EVER heard of an iPhone being sold on after a factory reset where there was still data on it that could be used maliciously? 'Restore to factory settings' is an option on the phone by the actual manufacturer so why would you go out and pay someone else $20 to do the same thing and more complicated than just tapping the screen.
Now if this software can wipe it when you have forgotten the passcode, then i could understand. But i doubt it lol.
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