By Steve MascaroPublished Nov 08, 2018 08:53:22You’re getting ready to take a quick nap in the park, but before you get up, you need to check out your new smartphone or tablet.
This article will help you do just that.
Here’s how to check your device for malware and other problems before you head to bed:Read more.
Follow the instructions to get a new iPhone or iPad and check the system to see if it’s installed properly, but be aware that if it isn’t, it may be malware.
If you’re using an iOS device, Apple recommends that you reinstall the OS.
If you’re not using an iPhone, you’ll need to reinstall it to get it back to operating state.
If your iPhone or tablet is a 5.5-inch or larger, you can check for the presence of malware on the device.
If it doesn’t have malware, you may have to reinstalling the OS or updating to a different version of iOS.
If that doesn’t fix the issue, contact AppleCare for a free, full refund.
If the malware is still present, you should check for viruses on the machine and report them to AppleCare to get an appropriate software update.
If no software update is available, you must call AppleCare and request a new software update, either through your device or through a website like AppleCare.
To see if your device is infected with malware, go to Settings > About device.
In the Security section, you will see a list of malware, including the most recent version of the operating system.
You can also find a list on the Apple support site.
If malware is found, you don’t have to uninstall it, but you may want to do so to prevent malware from spreading and stealing your data.
The malware will most likely stay on your device after you remove it.
If it’s not malware, but it still has virus protection, you might want to take steps to disable the feature to prevent it from spreading to your other devices and to protect your data and other sensitive information.
To do this, follow these steps: