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Technology Stocks : Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables and Gadgets
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From: Ken Adams2/15/2018 5:21:12 PM
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A friend just told me I should occasionally "reboot" my iPhone. He says there's a difference between just starting the phone each morning, as I do with my computers. A "reboot" is different and does a sort of cleanup the junk process, according to him. He told me how to do this and said I'll need my passcode to get access to phone usage once it completes the reboot.

Does all this make sense to those out there who know? Can I get in trouble with this since I don't think I've ever had a passcode for the phone which I've been using for at least 4-5 years now.

Lastly, is this something I really NEED to do?
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