The Notes application from Apple is a useful tool for keeping track of documents, objects, pictures, and more. The software is already installed on iOS devices, and your Apple ID makes it easy to sync all your notes. If you are keeping a journal or tracking more personal items in Notes, you will want to add an extra layer of security to keep the prying eyes on the beach. You may have a password or Face ID on your Apple iPhone, but did you know that you can still lock your Notes password? Here’s how to put one together for use with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Thus, when you open the Notes application, the password-protected note will display a small lock icon next to the title. When you enter the note, it will remind you that you are locked and that you have to enter your password. Similar to the iOS version of Notes, that password-protected note will show up with a lock icon. You will need to enter a password to unlock the account.
Can I change my Notes password? Yes, it just varies a bit depending on the device you are using. When you first lock a note, the same password will apply to the entire lock account unless specified otherwise in Settings (so make sure it is a strong password!) Here’s what to know: Yes, but recommend it that if you remove a lock on a note, it will apply to every Apple device you log in with that ID. Here’s how it works for iPhone, iPad and Mac: