I hate to break it to you, but you're probably here because you were trolled. Thanks to a Photoshopped image making rounds across Twitter, Apple fans were tricked into believing that iOS 8 allowed them to lock individual apps, accessible only through a passcode or fingerprint ID. While that's not technically true, we've got the solution for you. Below is the image in question, which has been retweeted thousands of times across various Twitter accounts, proclaiming that the new "feature" is…
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How to Import, Transfer, & Password-Protect Photos & Videos on Your iPhone
Thanks to a couple of photoshopped images that made rounds across Twitter last year, iPhone users were duped into thinking that iOS 8 included a security feature that would lock individual apps. Of course, none of it ended up being true, but we covered other features and apps that could accomplish roughly the same thing. One such application was Folder Lock from NewSoftwares.net, a simple password-protected locker for photos, music, documents, voice memos, notes, contacts, and more.