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 I agree that for speed and simplicity the fingerprint stored on the phone can be used to login to the phone.However, the third party applications are limitless.  Passbook applications are about the get very sophisticated. The APIs for this should be interesting.
 Well,  3 things: 1.  If your phone is stolen (Grabbed from your hands) while you are logged on, the thief could have a filed day with your charge cards if a secondary fingerprint authentication is not necessary for verification. 2.  Once logged on, a slight push of the home button will exit an application or go to the home screen.  That's where the in-display fingerprint comes in. 3.  Different ID Card issuers may wish to use different fingerprint DBs.  Unless iCloud owns...
 Or better yet, biometric authentication can be triggered as part of the NFC transaction.  Just as it can be triggered by over the internet.It's just an authentication factor like user ID and password.  For example: 1.  Push the power button to login using fingerprint authentication.2.  Wave phone in front of receiver to initiate NFC communication.3.  Use the in-display fingerprint reader to authenticate the NFC transaction. The Question is who is going to own the huge...
Very highly integrated. It's an SOC and some connectors.
 Well, a user may have to re-authenticate for a specific financial application after login in with the home button.  Pressing the home button again would exit the application.  This is where in-display fingerprinting can be used to authorize an separate transaction.  Just because you are logged on to a device does not mean you can do everything.  (Think parental control )  You may be allowed to turn on and use a device but not allowed to authorize payments using the...
Very nice. Just in time for iOS 7 and iPhone 5S.
 China Mobile does not support standard 2G and 3G.The use their home grown TD-SCDMA which Apple does not support.
 Moreover, fingerprint sensors may be embedded in the display leading to a higher cost. I think the 5C may not support fingerprint sensor nor SIRI. 
It could be an ARM based thin client running iOS. This thin client could connect to iCloud and serve as an iTunesTV, FaceTime station or an iCloud workstation for applications such as Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Find My iPhone and in the future... Apple Maps, iBooks, Messages, Cards etc...
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