New iOS 11 Security Feature Lets You Quickly Disable Touch ID

New iOS 11 Security Feature Lets You Quickly Disable Touch ID

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koosh7 - August 18, 2017 at 2:40pm
apple is against the government.... what if your child attacked or loved one is killed and all the information is on their device.... should the government not be able to enter the device
Tjp - August 18, 2017 at 6:50pm
Perhaps Apple should put enabling the feature under restrictions. Would be nice to have a parental override passcode as well. Or the "Oh no, I'm dead!" passcode to enable your estate to open the phone. All in all I prefer security of my personal information. If you allow government backdoors or allow "easy" hacking by the government, then you might as well not have a passcode at all. Organized crime will gain the ability to open up and resell stolen phones. And iPhone used to be targets of theft until made more secure, and stolen violently, not just off a nightstand. So strong encryption reduces crime.