With iOS 9, Apple introduced the possibility of setting a 6-digit code on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This was done in order to enhance security. Thanks to our tip you will be able to set a 4-digit unlock code on iPhone or any iOS device.
If you are embarrassed by typing a 6-digit code, there is a very simple method to return to the 4-digit code. And we’ll explain how to do it in a few simple steps.
Set a 4-digit unlock code on iPhone
Go through the following steps to set a 4-digit code again on your iOS device:
See you in the Settings from your device.
Scroll down to reach the section Face Id and Code on iPhone X, Touch ID and code on iPhone equipped with Touch ID or Coded on iPhone without Face ID and Touch ID.
You will be prompted to type in your current code first.
Thereafter you must access the section Change the code.
After tapping Change the code, you must re-enter your current code. You will then see the screen appear allowing you to define your new code.
In this same screen you will see below the button Additional options, Push the button. A small window will appear to give you the possibility of defining a Personal alphanumeric code, a Personal numeric code or one 4-digit code.
Choose the option 4-digit code.
Enter your 4-digit code, the device will ask you to confirm it. Your 4-digit code is now defined.
So much for this very simple tip, but not necessarily obvious to everyone. We hope you find this tip useful, don’t hesitate to share it with your loved ones.
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