Which Mobile Phone Provides Christians With the Most Security? iPhone or Android?
At BTJ we care about security. This is why we stay on top of the latest monitoring techniques practiced by governments and employ evasion strategies which allow our partners to minimize their risk and exposure.
So, which mobile phone is more secure for Christians concerned about security?
We do not take this question lightly. This is a question that we ask ourselves because our lives depend on it. Few organizations have had their leaders and workers arrested as many times as we have. The majority of the founding members of the Back to Jerusalem board have been arrested and interrogated in China.
This is also why BTJ hosts a BTJ Hackers conference every year, where we bring together Christian hackers from around the globe to help Christian missionaries to understand the threat and find ways around it.
Every year, BTJ receives multiple requests from missionaries and Christian believers who are concerned with security. One of the most asked questions we receive is, “is it better to have an iPhone or Android on the mission field?”
The answer is pretty easy and straight forward and we will answer it in detail tomorrow on our next BTJ Saturday morning LIVE podcast. You can listen LIVE tomorrow (Saturday October 3, 2020) at 10am New York City time at www.backtojerusalem.com/live
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Which mobile phone is better for missionaries? Which phone provides the most security to prevent government monitoring? iPhone or Android?
Join us LIVE tomorrow at 10AM NYC time and we will explain our answer in detail.