The flagship function of the iPhone 5s is the brand-new Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and we are beginning to get a much better concept of how it works.

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It appears Apple has developed Touch ID to be faster than getting in a four-digit passcode, specifying in its advertising and marketing products that making use of Touch ID is ‘much faster, much easier, as well as a little futuristic’. It’ll allow individuals to store up to 5 finger prints, permitting other trusted individuals access to a secured phone.

Put your finger on the House button, and just like that your iPhone unlocks. It’s a convenient and highly protected method to access your phone. Your finger print can also approve purchases from iTunes Store, the App Shop, and the iBooks Store, so you do not have to enter your password. And Touch ID can 360-degree readability. Meanings no issue exactly what its positioning– picture, landscape, or anything between– your iPhone reads your finger print and understands who you are.

Financial Times reporter Tim Bradshaw shared this video demonstrating how the iPhone learns a finger print by scanning a finger a half-dozen times.

TechCrunch wrote that once a finger print was efficiently learned, ‘it worked faultlessly to unlock the gadget for every succeeding trial.’

Also, AllThingsD reports that third-party designers won’t get access to the finger print authentication protocol, a minimum of not initially.

The iPhone 5s will cost $199, $299, and $399 for the 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB models respectively with a 2-year contract. Non-contract, opened gadgets will be available at launch for $649/$749/$849.

The iPhone Fives and the lower-cost iPhone 5c– which doesn’t have Touch ID– will be offered in stores in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the UK beginning on September 20.

Notably, there will be no preorders for the iPhone Fives.