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 Here's a good explanation over at Macworld. http://www.macworld.com/article/2455474/open-sesame-how-ios-8-will-unlock-touch-ids-power.html
 Based on your comment, it doesn't sound like you fully understand what Apple has opened up to 3rd party developers. The 3rd party apps are not accessing the enclave, they're just using the Touch ID sensor to tell the system it's you, and then the system provides they necessary login info to the app. At least that's how I understand it. And to clarify, based on dugbug's post, the "system" I'm referring to is the Touch ID system, not the OS.
My 3rd gen iPad is getting heavier all the time.   I'm just waiting for an iPad Mini with Touch ID at this point. That, and a new Cinema Display would be pretty sweet.
Got through this morning (08:30 ET) with no problem whatsoever (via Safari on my MBP).
 My 24-bit files from HD Tracks play fine via iTunes. Unfortunately, no iOS devices that I'm aware of do (and I've tried).
 I think my wife's iPhone 4S looks weird (particularly the screen which looks so small) compared to my iPhone 5, so I'm inclined to agree with you.
 I would welcome a slightly larger screen at the expense of (some) one-handed operation. But then I'm just one customer.
 If you think going from a 4" screen to a 4.7" is going to make the iPhone so much larger that it won't fit in your pocket, you must have some pretty small pockets. My iPhone 5" fits easily in to the front of back pocket of my Levis with room to spare. And no, I don't have a 36" waistline with an ample caboose . A slightly wider and taller iPhone 6 will have no appreciable affect on that.
As others have stated, all Apple needs to do is start selling music in 44.1/16 ALAC and I'll buy all my music from them.
The events that have transpired (and continue to transpire) over the course of this "e-book scandal" are just mind boggling. I've followed the whole thing fairly closely and the thing that continues to be painfully obvious is that the judge and the handling of the case by the Feds has been anything but fair and impartial. Unbelievable.
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