iPhone 12 should steal iPad Air’s new Touch ID — it’s perfect for COVID-19 times

Apple ‘s new iPad Air relocates Touch ID to a button on the edge of the device. The company’s upcoming iPhone 12 lineup should do something similar, giving users an option between unlocking their iPhone using their face or unlocking it with their fingerprint as the world combats the novel coronavirus pandemic. 



a close up of a keyboard: Apple's new iPad Air integrates Touch ID into a button on the side of the iPad. CNET


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Apple’s new iPad Air integrates Touch ID into a button on the side of the iPad. CNET

Last week, Apple unveiled its newest gadgets , including an updated $599 (£579, AU$899) iPad Air that integrates Touch ID into the power button on top of the tablet. The move makes it easier for you to unlock the device while you’re wearing a mask and allows Apple to include a larger screen in its tablet without relying on Face ID to unlock the device. To get Apple’s face-unlocking technology in an iPad, users have to opt

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