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Feb 21, 2019
WhatsApp security bug renders privacy controls on the app for iPhones uselessWhatsApp's new privacy feature allows iPhone users to require Touch ID or Face ID to open the app.
Oct 30, 2018
2018 Apple MacBook Air launched with larger Retina display, Touch ID at Rs 1,14,900The 2018 model now ships with an 8th generation dual-core Intel Core i5 CPU with integrated graphics.
Oct 05, 2018
Apple blocks possibilities of third party repairs on 2018 MacBook Pro and iMac ProThe result of not running Apple diagnostics on these devices will result in an inoperative system.
Sep 05, 2018
Apple's upcoming iPhones will not have an in-display fingerprint sensor: ReportApple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also believes that the company won't be embedding Touch ID in new iPhones.
Aug 17, 2018
New patent reveals that Apple could re-introduce Touch ID unlock on iPhonesLeaked Apple patent shows that perhaps Apple might be working on some kind of TouchID.
Aug 06, 2018
Upcoming Apple iPad and iPad Pro to be smaller than the previous ones: ReportBut while there is a decrease in size, the bezels will be thinner allowing more screen space.
Jun 05, 2018
Multi-user Face ID support in iOS 12 hints at the possibility of user profiles coming to iPadWhen Apple launched its iPhone X, it allowed a user to store only one Face ID profile, because two is a crowd. However, with iOS 12, things are about to change.
Feb 17, 2018
Apple makes it mandatory for all new apps to embrace the Super Retina display and the notchAll new apps that will be submitted to the Apple App Store from April 2018 have to support the iPhone X's Super Retina display and make adjustments to accommodate the annoying notch.
Nov 13, 2017
Cybersecurity firm claims to have beaten the iPhone X's Face ID technology using a $150 maskHowever, it said that though the smartphone's face recognition technology may have failed in the experiment; it may not be a problem for the common man. But it may be a concern for those like the world leaders, billionaires or celebrities.
Oct 20, 2017
Credit card applications and purchases likely to be authenticated by selfies in the futureThe announcement comes at a time when personal information on 145.5 million Americans was recently accessed or stolen from the credit bureau Equifax.