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iPhone encryption has never been as important as it is today. With so much data in your pocket, you’d never want to lose it. And you won’t. NordLocker gives you better iPhone encryption, backs up your files, and makes sure they’re safe at all times.
From desktop to iPhone
You want your files to remain yours, be always accessible, and stay protected. That’s what NordLocker for iOS is all about. Upload, secure, and organize your files in just a few clicks.
Data ownership means that you decide who gets to see your files. NordLocker mobile lets you stay in control because only you hold the keys to your data. At home or on the road, your files are always private, encrypted, and accessible.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, iOS has encryption turned on by default. It works with both the user's password and Touch ID. However, default device encryption secures only some of users’ private data, like calls and messages.
Apple encrypts your passwords, Wi-Fi credentials, call data, and messages. However, end-to-end encryption does not apply to your iCloud backups.
iOS encrypts users’ personal data with the AES-256 encryption key and uses AES-128 to sync data to iCloud.
While iOS uses encryption by default, NordLocker Cloud allows you to encrypt specific files and folders, back them up, and sync them across different devices and operating systems. In other words, while iOS encryption is for everybody, NordLocker encryption is for your specific needs
We’ve built NordLocker to be the best encryption tool for iOS. Similar to iCloud, NordLocker syncs your files across your devices. But the big difference is that your files are always end-to-end encrypted in NordLocker, preventing even the cloud service from peeking inside.
Basic encryption is enabled on iPhones by default. That means that while your phone is locked, data like messages, calls, and passwords is encrypted. To encrypt your documents, photos, and videos, you can use NordLocker.
While we strongly recommend against turning off your iPhone encryption, you can do it by resetting your device settings. Go to the “Settings,” click on “General” and then “Reset,” and select “Reset all settings.”
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