Let's face it, hackers and criminals are out to get you. Whether they're sitting in front of a PC in Russia or on their laptop next door, crooks are going to steal your information, no matter what it takes.
These days, you can be the victim of a crime and not even know it. Is someone accessing your personal information and financial records right now? Is there covert software running in the background on your iPad and iPhone? If so, it may be designed to just annoy you or worse, steal from you.
Of course, if you're an avid Apple fan, you know that Apple has created extremely secure devices. They're designed to be almost impossible to break into.
Yet, hackers have ways of infecting your iPhone and iPad. Here are some surefire signs that you're a victim of a hack. Plus, we'll give you tips to get rid of viruses and bugs from your iPhone and iPad.
If you suspect that your iPhone or iPad has a virus, don't panic. Apple has made it really difficult for hackers to get into your devices. So, instead of thinking your device is the problem, think smaller.
You may have a buggy app. Do advertisements keep popping up on your screen? Does Safari redirect you to the App Store?
If so, a hacker may have infected an app you're using. That would be good news. An app is easy to get rid of.