In recent years, security and privacy have become particularly important because of various scandals related to access to our data by public and private institutions. We have been able to see clearly that we can not assume that our life is safe behind a simple unlock pattern, and that is why companies have started to place special emphasis on new security technologies for our mobile devices.
Our mobile is now an indispensable part of the digital life , it allows us to quickly access all kinds of information, communicate instantly with anyone anywhere, and is very useful in conserving and sharing the memories of each one of them. Our experiences. And precisely because it saves part of our life, it deserves special attention when it comes to protecting it. And Apple is willing to offer it to us with its next iPhone.
Our iris will be the password of the next iPhone
Apple has been making it clear for many years that the safety of its users is paramount, and part of the process of developing their products . Their dedication reaches such a point that they publicly refused to collaborate with the FBI to create a master unlocking tool, even though it could have been a great help in their cases. However, in the hardware aspect they were already getting a bit behind , but that could change very soon according to the information provided by DigiTimes.
The company would be working to deploy on its next big iPhone an iris recognition sensor , which, while staying somewhat away from the facial recognition raised at the outset, would be very useful to provide a layer of iOS protection. It is also possible that this technology complements Touch ID, in order to create a system of unlocking in two steps as we discussed earlier in another of our articles.
Either way, we can rest easy, knowing that the next iPhone could be a portent of security worthy of the President of the United States of America himself . Although with the growing anticipation for the iPhone X or iPhone 8, I think it's going to be a bit complicated.
Via | MacRumors