Lowercase and capital letters for iPhone password

Assume that the user needs to create an Apple ID account. This process is simple, but sometimes there is a misunderstanding. For example, for a password, you must enter a lowercase or uppercase letter, as required by the system. What does this mean?

In fact, everything is simple. Lower case letters are those letters that are written in lower case. In other words, these are small letters: a, b, c, d, e, etc..

Uppercase letters are those letters that are written in upper case, that is, capital letters: A, B, C, D, E, etc..

If everything is clear with lowercase letters, then what about capital letters? Let’s show an example on the iPhone keyboard. If you need one uppercase letter, press the arrow key once and select the desired letter, it will be written in upper case, further letters in lower case.

If you need to write several uppercase letters, click on the arrow twice, then all letters will be uppercase. To disable the function, press the arrow again.

What about a computer keyboard? To write a capital letter, press the Shift key. Here she is:

To write several uppercase letters, you can press the Caps Lock key – in this case, all letters will be written in upper case, or hold the Shift key.

Password Tips

A few tips for creating a password. They are simple, but stick to them so that no one can find out your data..

  • Password must not be less than 8 characters, or better – at least 12 characters.
  • Password must contain numbers.
  • Password must contain both lowercase and uppercase letters.
  • Use various characters like # $% ^ etc..
  • Try to use different letters and numbers, not the same.
  • Do not use dates that are related to you in the password. For example, you should not use the year of your birth.
  • Do not tell your password to anyone under any circumstances..
  • Change your password periodically – at least once every few months.