The new iPad Air is Apple's first device with a re-engineered Touch ID fingerprint sensor, built into the tablet's Top button. The move has prompted some watchers to point out that a return of Touch ID in the next iPhone would be a welcome one.
We probably won't see the iPhone 12 lineup tomorrow. But when October rolls around we'll finally see what Apple is bringing to its newest smartphones.
The alleged manual for Apple's unreleased fourth-generation iPad Air has leaked, indicating that the device might integrate a Touch ID fingerprint sensor into an elongated power button.
While some folks may still prefer Touch ID, it's hard to argue that Apple doesn't trust Face ID to be the go-to biometric security option for devices like the iPhone and iPad. But what about the Mac?
Facebook today added a new security feature to its mobile Messenger app, dubbed App Lock, which lets you protect the software with Face ID or Touch ID so no one can read your chats.
While Apple has introduced private and secure means to store usernames and passwords, implementing them can still be a bit of a chore. So Apple has a new idea to bypass those entry fields with Safari 14.
There are several third-party apps for accessing Twitter on the iOS platform, but there’s no question that the official Twitter app is the most popular by far. Unfortunately, it lacks a number of features that could make the user experience as good or better than many third-party alternatives, which is why they exist in the first place.
If you aren’t interested in spending money for a third-party Twitter client and you have a jailbroken handset at your disposal, then the good news is that you can take advantage of a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called Owl by iOS developer Michael Lema to breathe new life into the existing official Twitter app.
Apple is rumored to be working on a fourth-generation iPad Air tablet featuring an in-screen Touch ID fingerprint reader that should release sometime later this year. 3D designer Robert Hallon from Slovakia has now imagined what such a product might look like.
If you use Google Drive on your iPad or iPhone, and have been hoping Google would add support for Apple's biometric security features, the wait is finally over.
According to an increasingly reliable Twitter leaker, Apple may be working on a new iPad Air model featuring a mini-LED screen and Touch ID biometrics integrated into the display.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first developer beta of iOS 13.4.5, which is starting to reveal a few of its secrets.
Aside from other discovered features, leaked iOS 14 code has indicated that the next iPhone SE, tentatively named "iPhone 9", might use a fingerprint sensor for biometrics and add support for the Express Transit feature for quickly paying for rides without validating with Touch ID.