This infographic, developed for Lookout Mobile Security, illustrates the general attitude of iPhone users toward security concerns.
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Infographic: iPhone users and security concerns
Takeaway: Does your organization support iPhones? You might want to share this infographic, which illustrates the major security concerns of iPhone users, to help promote security awareness for this device.
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Those are some highly conflicting stats.
Users I've met sure spend a lot of time playing with the phones and downloading silly apps. Maybe if they spent 1% of that time with the documentation and following security guidelines, they could allay their own concerns a tiny bit. And there's that whole big internet they are connected to, with loads of Apple-specific information. Inability to search or visit the Apple site, or visit a "Genius"? No point in being concerned if you don't do anything about it.
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Realistic picture? I don't think so!
As Seanf says above, if people really were concerned they'd do something about it.
Ask the source.
Depending on how you want to use it, check on usage rights. (Which is probably one reason why TR didn't alter the image.)
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