Getting started with a VPN on iPhone
Your internet provider Routes your home Wi-Fi internet connection through multiple systems to ensure you can surf, watch videos and stream content. But often your ISP can get records of your online activity. Likewise, your cell phone network operator can track which websites you visit.
In addition, hackers can intercept the signal when you connect to public Wi-Fi at a school, library, or coffee shop. Criminals who break their way through the Wi-Fi connection can try to break into your cell phone or laptop to steal your information.
A reliable way to stay protected, even when you connect to Wi-Fi at home, is to have a virtual private network on your iPhone.
VPN on iPhone
What is a VPN?
A VPN encrypts your data connection and hides your computer or phone’s IP address — an online identifier of who you are and where you’re from. Here’s how to stay anonymous and make it virtually impossible for…