Since its arrival, the Apple Watch has become one of the firm’s flagship products. Being able to access virtually everything you need directly from the wrist is something more and more in demand, but nevertheless there are also those who are not quite convinced by these ideas. And is this in such small devices it is often difficult to maintain privacy and security.
Currently, if you want to prevent anyone from accessing the data on your Apple Watch, the only option allowed is to create a security code. This idea in question can be quite useful in some cases, but it is certainly not too comfortable considering the size of the screen. For this reason, Apple they have been working for years to find a solution to the problem
New Leaks Indicate New Apple Watch May Include Fingerprint Sensor
Rumors Apple was working on to include a Touch ID sensor for its smartwatch they are not new at all. In fact, two years ago we were already talking about this possibility, passing on this occasion through a sensor under the clock screen.
This year the rumors continue but in a different way. According to ApplePro published leaks, apparently from Apple, they would work for incorporate a Touch ID sensor into the Apple Watch Series 7. However, this time it seems located on the button and not on the crown as expected last year, although that ultimately did not happen.
Hear Apple Watch can have Touch ID. Not on the crown, but on the button. There are prototypes with this feature, and given that there’s a redesign coming up, I think that makes sense. I’ll keep you informed.
– LeaksApplePro (@LeaksApplePro) June 2, 2021
Rumors that could hang in the air again
Over the past few years, we have seen several of the most similar rumors regarding the inclusion of a biometric unlocking system for the Apple Watch. The truth is that without a doubt This could be successful in many cases, but despite this we have yet to see any progress. for now, beyond this new rumor.
It should be noted that there are rumors that the new Apple Watch Series 7 has a new design, and this is something that could help with the inclusion of Touch ID. However, doubts continue to grow as to whether or not this will be the year in which we will see Apple take a step forward with its watch.
In the meantime, the solution for anyone who wants to maintain their privacy while using their Apple Watch, without anyone being able to access their personal information, is to create a security code. It is without a doubt an option which does not convince very much but which can be useful on certain occasions.