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Touch ID Setting on your new iPhone 6

Touch ID Setting on your new iPhone 6
 
Did you just buy your first iPhone with Touch ID? It's time to put the work feature.
 

Touch ID Settings

 

The first time you start an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or iPhone 5s, you are prompted to create a fingerprint for use with Touch ID. If you want to do this later, enter the Settings application in general> Access code and fingerprint. Either way, the steps are the same.


First, you need to enter or set a passcode. Then place your finger on the start button in a vertical direction. By doing so, you will be required to lift and place the finger on the button repeatedly. As it does, a picture of a fingerprint on the screen begin to fill.

The first time I did this, I moved too fast and Apple called me to ask me to perform the steps again. A good rule of thumb (nice pun, huh?) Is to lift and support the finger after you hear a slight hum.

When this task is complete, will have to do it again with your finger in a horizontal direction. I think Apple scans your fingerprint at least 10 times.

Once both steps have been completed, the system asks you how you want to use Touch ID. The available tasks Unlock Touch device ID and whether they make purchases on iTunes and the App Store.

Up to five people can enter their fingerprints, or you can use five of his own fingers on the same iPhone. To add someone else, repeat the above process.


Touch ID Setting on new iPhone 6
 




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With ID Touch, you'll never need to "slide to unlock" again. Instead, push the start button once to turn on the screen. Then place your finger on the button up and wait for the phone to unlock.

Making a purchase on iTunes or the App Store with Touch ID is also quite easy. First, press the "Buy" button. Then use your ID Touch or enter your access code.



Touch ID Setting on iPhone 6


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The configuration process ID Touch takes about 30 seconds and it works great. This year, Touch ID will also be used by third party applications and Apple Pay, new mobile payment system Cupertino, starting in October.

If you need more help setting up a fingerprint, Apple has published a paper mount pleasant. Only reference to the iPhone 5s ago but the same instructions apply to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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