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Apple's Demo App to Test iPhone 5S Touch ID in Retail Stores

Apple is said to introduce a smooth-functioning demo app for its iPhone 5S demo sets. It will allow the iPhone 5S Touch ID fingerprint scanning feature to work for millions of its clientele in Apple Stores and other retail stores.

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Apple's Demo App to Test iPhone 5S Touch ID in Retail Stores

Apple has just created a demonstration application that will allow customers flocking to its retail stores to see for themselves whether its Touch ID System works or not. The main source of authentication is the fingerprint scanning power within the Home Button of the iPhone 5S. You may undo the lock via this feature

Furthermore, it may be employed to seamlessly buy stuff from the various outlets approved by Apple. Starting from the 20th of September, shoppers will come in droves to Apple stores to test-drive this demo app. That is the date when the iPhone 5S will be available to the public too. 

The app works simply and efficiently. The customer registers his or her fingerprint on the recognition feature. This is the Touch ID sensor on the Home Button. When a different finger is used by the customer, the device will show that it is invalid. Thus the process is crystal clear. The app is capable of being taken back to its baseline for every new customer who wants to test it. 

How the iPhone 5S authentication process works in reality still lies in the future. This app merely demonstrates the whole procedure to the customers so they may become more familiar with it.  A total of five fingerprints are recognized by the Touch ID System. Many other features of the iPhone 5S will be demonstrated as well on the due date.  

Source: 9to5Mac

 

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