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.
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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.
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.