Apple suggested on its Worldwide Developers’ Conference that iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will get a TouchID fingerprint sensor. Among the biggest revelations in the ongoing Apple’s technology affair is the validation that the firm’s TouchID will now work with 3rd party apps and will remove the use of passwords for good.
This opens up the bigger possibilities that apps will potentially use TouchID logins and people will simply their thumbprint in the sensor in order to access the app. With this news, it will follow that iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will also get the TouchID fingerprint sensor on its launch date if 3rd party apps will employ it.
This enhancement in the feature will also boost the safety in accessing your accounts via your smartphones or tablets. A few of the famous daily apps will require iOS 8 updates to add support for the TouchID. Apple showed off during the WWDC 2014 through a live demo how TouchID support will be coming to the Mint finance app. Developers have the entire summer to work on the updates for their particular apps.
On the other hand, speculations said that iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will pack a TouchID fingerprint sensor, A8 processor, iOS 8 and water-resistant feature. The tablet was thought to arrive in October, which is the normal release window of Apple’s tablets. The present iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina display are offered at a low price due to the educational reduction given by Apple.