Apple’s Touch ID Doesn’t Always Function How It Should

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Apple's Touch ID Doesn't Always Function How It ShouldThe Apple Touch ID fingerprint reader is the leading feature on the iPhone 5 models. It is also the most cumbersome. Growing concerns as of September 2012, are  issues that — most importantly — include phones that don’t acknowledge when a finger is pressing down when it is where it is  supposed to, to iPhone 5s that not-so-simply don’t allow fingerprints that should definitely be allowable.

It is believed that the user who damages, in even some fine way, the home button — by its being oily, scratched, or scraped may make the fingerprint sensor inoperable.

– Rich Casale

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