2018 iPhones, the end of TouchID and 3D Touch ...
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So here's a summary of the rumors about 3 models:
Touch Button only on the right side clickable
Is it normal, that the Touchid Button only moves on the right side? When i press it the left part does not move a bit
TouchID causing macOS to freeze
morning! so I looked around and can't find my issue so hoping someone can help out. ISSUE: Anytime TouchID is pressed, where a prompt is not there for its use, the whole computer locks up - completely freezes, no trackpad, no keyboard, nothing. completely frozen.I have to manually for...
On a touch bar MacBook Pro, how can I unlock with EITHER TouchID or a password?
I just got a 13" MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar, I love unlocking it with TouchID. However, at my desk I use the computer in closed display mode attached to an external monitor, which makes unlocking it with TouchID unworkable. Is there a way to also be able to enter the password to unlock?
I have the 15" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. While the TouchID works great, I have noticed that it isn't always-on as you know it from smartphones.Whenever my phone's screen is turned off, I can always rest my finger on the finger-print sensor and it will unlock the phone immediately. On my Mac...
Using touchID on MacBook Pro for passwords?
How does one enable Touch ID for passwords other than laptop password? Do you have to use it with 1password, etc?
Will you be miffed when gen3 TouchID arrives?
genuinely curious, if it will be of concern or if you see Touch ID in Touchbar models to be icing on the cake finally having it as an option in macOS/ but not something you care to stay in the rat race withSurely at some point, now having two iPhones gens of touchID2, 6s/6s+ and 7/7+ (sensor,...
Anyone else use their iPhones Touch ID to log into their MacBook Air?
Yes... I said MacBook Air (not MacBook Pro w/ touchbar) It's nice to be able to use a long, secure password but not have to type it in every time. Simply rest a finger on your iPhones TouchID sitting right next to your computer and you're instantly logged in.Anyone else use this method? ...
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