I’m sure that’s a great relief … to people who find out after the fact.
Perhaps its important that this is publicised as widely as possible — especially among the “bad guys”. Telling purchasers of the 5D might increase sales but it won’t actually guarantee their digital integrity.
They are not the ones that need to know.
- No, A Severed Finger Will Not Be Able to Access a Stolen iPhone 5S (mashable.com)
- Smartphone Fingerprint Security (callnerds.com)
- Another iPhone security bug: This one can thwart remote wipe of stolen phones, firm says (nbcnews.com)
- Fear of iPhone Finger Severing Frenzy Proves Groundless (motherjones.com)