Do you know that if you want to use iPhone 5s’s fingerprint touch ID scanner you must have “live finger”. Isn’t it funny and curious fact?, if someone lost their finger in accident or any other unwanted situations, how could they deal with this so cold flagship iPhone 5s “fingerprint touch ID” feature. After this if any crap mind thinking to unlock their phone with chopped or finger which served form body, change your mind its doesn’t work for you. Other possibility has may happen when someone stole your phone and also kidnapping you in that situation this feature isn’t useful for you. Touch ID uses the iPhone’s Home button to scan your finger or thumb print, and then uses a pass-code to unlock the device. Its a simply scanning print pattern on the outer layer of your skin. For the system to work, your finger needs to be alive, which also means it needs to be attached to your hand.
Its all about just for make fun with this feature. This is such a very convenient and useful feature for privacy concerns.The scanned version of your print is stored only in iPhone. It’s encrypted, no iCloud backup, and no sharing with other services. Since it’s encrypted, that makes it even more difficult for anyone to steal your print. Some other fact about this feature is this is not saved actual images of your finger in stored data it is only save scanned data of your fingers. This completely futuristic feature work with all your five fingers. This works much fast as your old entering password method for unlock your phone. One more interesting fact about this feature is its also works with finger moving situations, For example it also able to recognize your fingerprint in earthquake, landscape or any other nature disaster.
If someone could decide to cut off your finger when they steal your iPhone, but they couldn’t do your print has been scanned into your phone. Or else someone will just stole your iPhone and run, and they will be stuck with a phone they can’t ever use.