Boost security and privacy Control who has access to your iPhone, your data and your location with these handy tips for iOS 8 Enable Send Last Location. This will update iCloud with the iPhone’s location just before the battery dies. Tap Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone > Allow. Then turn on Send Last Location. Add two-factor authentication for iCloud. Whenever you log in to iCloud, Apple texts you a code to type in, as well as your password. If someone tries to hack your iCloud account remotely, they don’t have your phone. If they steal your phone, they don’t have your password. Go to appleid.apple.com, click Manage your Apple ID, sign in and click ‘Get started…’ under ‘Two-Step Verification’. Track when apps are using your location by tapping Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Status Bar Icon. This will add an icon to the top of your screen. Change your default search engine, in Settings > Safari, to DuckDuckGo and your searches won’t be tracked or profiled, like they are with Google. The suggested apps on the lock screen and app store are a way to promote businesses that are near your current location. You can disable this in Settings > iTunes & App Store.