Touch Id Login Works For Passcode But Not For Apps
How to Fix Touch ID/Fingerprint Not Working on iOS 11/12. 1. Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Enter your Passcode. Then turn off the iTunes & App Store. Reboot your iPhone or iPad. Go back to Touch ID & Passcode in Settings and turn iTunes & App Store back on. Tap on Add a Fingerprint to add another fingerprint. 2.
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You still have to set up a passcode to use Touch ID, for two reasons: When you turn your iPhone on, you have to enter the passcode, and if for some reason your fingerprint doesn't work, you can still unlock your iPhone. Open the Settings app and tap Touch ID &Passcode.
Touch ID is very useful for authenticating purchases within apps using your fingerprint rather than entering your account password. This is a more secure form of authentication and also makes the process much faster. Unfortunately, not everything is perfect. Sometimes Touch ID fails to work properly in the App Store for authenticating purchases.
The basic marketing material I've seen for Touch ID emphasizes the convenient, not added security. At this time there is no "two factor" security where the screen lock requires both a fingerprint and a passcode, or an option to have a fingerprint only and not the passcode.
Note: For security reasons, the BlackBerry Work App supports Apple's IOS Fingerprint Touch ID and NOT the Android's Fingerprint Touch ID, but have plans to do so in the future. Change BlackBerry Work App Password: To change the BlackBerry Work App Password: o Open the BlackBerry Work App on your mobile device o Tap the BlackBerry Launcher o