“Like most of Apple’s new technologies and modern conveniences, Touch ID is something you didn’t know you needed until you got it,” John Patrick Pullen writes for TIME Magazine.
“As a fingerprint-authorized security sensor embedded in your iPhone 5S-or-newer handset (and on the newest iPads), this innovation lets you securely unlock your phone with a simple touch and make wallet-less purchases using the company’s Apple Pay service,” Pullen writes. “But that’s only where this technology begins.”
Here are five more ways you can use Touch ID to lock down your digital life:
• Authenticate Your Apps
• Unlock Your Computer
• Secure Your Phone Records
• Protect Your Personal Journal
• Sign Sensitive Documents
Read more in the full article here.
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