The first iOS 17.3 beta rolling out to developers includes a new “Stolen Device Protection” feature that is designed to add an additional layer of security in the event someone has stolen your iPhone and also obtained the device’s passcode.

Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal‘s Joanna Stern and Nicole Nguyen reported about instances of thieves spying on a victim’s iPhone passcode before stealing the device, often in public places like bars. The thief can then reset the victim’s Apple ID password, turn off Find My, view passwords stored in iCloud Keychain for banking and email accounts, and more. All in all, the report said thieves can essentially “steal your entire digital life.”