1. Steps to Password Protect Photos on iPhone
At any time, you can unlock the Password Protected Photos and bring them back to the Photos App on your iPhone.
As mentioned above, this workaround to Password Protect Photos on iPhone requires you to first Add Photos to a Note and Password protect the Note containing photos. This way, no one will be able to access hidden Photos on your iPhone, without knowing the password to unlock the Note containing Hidden Photos.
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All you have to do is go to the Photos app and select the images you want to hide. Then press the Share button and choose the Hide button. Once that's done, iOS will move the images to a Hidden folder under Utilities.
Go to File > Save as > Select save option as PDF. Select the “More options” link underneath the file format box, then select the “Options” button from the box that pops up. Select the “Encrypt document with a password option,” then enter a password (twice) as prompted.
You can easily and effectively lock the Photos app using Cisdem AppCrypt, the best app locker and website blocker for Mac. Once locked, Photos can be opened only by you. This way, your photos are protected and can't be viewed by others.
Proceed as follows:
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Once you've added all the images you want to lock to the note, open the Notes app and navigate to the one you've created. There, tap the More icon. Tap Lock Note. Enter your password to lock this note and tap OK.
We'll show you how to use the Notes app (which is on every iPhone and iPad) and a feature first introduced in iOS 9.3 to secure certain photos on your device. First, you'll have to insert your photos into a note, and then, you can lock them behind a password, .
Question: Q: password protect albums in photos Thanks! Answer: A: Answer: A: That is not a feature offered by Apple's Photos application.
Did you know that you can enable password protection and hardware encryption on your iPad? It's an easy and effective way to protect your private data from prying eyes. After you enable password protection, users will have to enter a password to unlock the iPad or access certain iOS system settings, as shown below.