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Magical Access to Technology

Magical Access to Technology

Now that Touch ID has become the common magic access to your devices, it is useful to understand the full breadth of its use. Thanks to one third party source over at Reddit, this is now possible:

The body parts which DO work with Touch ID

  • Fingers

  • Palm of hand

  • Big toe

  • Index(?) toe

  • Pinky toe

  • "Palm" of foot

  • Nose (very difficult)

  • Back of index finger (very difficult)

  • Heel of foot (works better than thumb imo)

  • Left nipple (right refuses to co-operate)

The body parts which DON'T work with Touch ID

  • Forearm

  • Knee

  • That round bit of your ankle

  • Belly

  • Earlobes

  • Eyelid

  • Thigh

  • Right testicle

  • Tip of penis (underside)

  • Tip of penis (top side, although it's interesting to note that this generated the best results although the results seemed to deteriorate and got more errors as it got flaccid)

  • Nipples do in fact work pretty well. I was trying to test my right one but it must be faulty because only the left one registered. 

Read the full article HERE.

Five Things to Know About Blockchain and Bitcoin

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HYPR Magazine Feature

HYPR Magazine Feature