The new Magic Keyboard with wireless Touch ID that ships in the box with the company's newly redesigned iMac all-in-one desktop is fully compatible with all M1-equipped Mac models.
Your iPhone or iPad will be its most secure when protected by a passcode or some form of biometric authentication, be it Face ID or Touch ID.
But most would agree that such methods of security aren’t necessary in every environment at all times — such as when you’re alone in your own home.
We're a week into April, but with June looming on the horizon, and Apple already confirming this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, the rumor mill is going to start ramping up on what we can expect to see in a couple months.
Apple started this week off with a bang. The company seeded the first beta of iOS 14.5 (and iPadOS 14.5) to developers on Monday. The prerelease software is packed with new features.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 14.5 to developers. And, as such, discoveries of what's new are being made in the latest prerelease software.
The Wall Street Journal today corroborated earlier reports claiming Apple will be outfitting this year's upcoming iPhone 13 family with an in-screen Touch ID fingerprint reader, joining Face ID.
WhatsApp is rolling out biometric authentication on iOS and Android for logging in on desktop and the web. The Facebook-owned firm announced the new feature on Twitter this morning.
Have you ever noticed something about your iPhone or iPad that made you wonder if someone else used it without your knowledge? If you suspect that another person has used your device or your account, but aren’t sure how to confirm your suspicions, we’re here to help.
Here’s a list of ways to see if anyone else has access to your Apple device or account.
A future Apple Watch may feature easy, reliable and secure biometric identification via a dedicated Touch ID fingerprint reader built into the wearable device's Side button.
Apple is out with another survey for iPhone owners, and it may hint at potential changes for the future.
A leaker with a strong track record is saying Apple is going to welcome back a feature that many have been requesting be resurrected for quite some time.
Back in September, Apple introduced the new iPad Air with an A14 Bionic processor under the hood. Now, Tim Millet has offered some details regarding the processor, and Face ID in the time of widespread mask usage, in a new interview.