The return of the home button?
Liked Touch ID, or just plain don’t like unlocking your phone with your face? Too bad, unless you’re an Android person.
When will Synaptics' tech finally make it to a flagship phone?
Completely axing TouchID might seem very possible, but it’s a very dumb idea.
Now, no matter how cold it is, you can still unlock your phone with your finger.
A hedgehog named Sashimi and her Hong Kong-based handler recently demonstrated the many advantages of a hog-paw security system.
It might be a solution to a first world problem, but it’s a problem we’re happy is solved.
And Touch ID. All coming soon to a refreshed MacBook Pro, Apple fans imagine in a hot sweat.
Apple is now saying that it was big goof and the brickings were never supposed to happen. Come on Apple.
Apple's bricked-phone controversy has clearly pricked up the ears of many a lawyer in California.
That bricking is actually a security feature working as intended by Apple.
Touch ID access will make things more complex and less secure than keeping your cash in a sack marked SWAG.
Only slightly harder than guessing the security reset questions of your favourite celebrity.
Given recent high-profile security lapses, it's fair to wonder.
It's spent all that money developing its Touch ID fingerprint scanner for added security on its iPhone range, so it's no surprise that Apple would be thinking about rolling it out to other devices.
Do you trust Apple's Touch ID fingerprint system? Or, more specifically, would you trust it with your PayPal account money?