Originally Posted by pazuzu
Touch ID improvement already? Has it been just a month?
Doesn't anyone over there know what they're doing?
Touch ID is by far the best implementation of a fingerprint sensor on any consumer device (look at the fail that is the S5 implementation as an example), and for most people Touch ID works perfectly (at least everyone I know)- and Apple is doing it's best to continuously and actively improve it for the small percentage that are having issues- but no you're right, nobody there has any clue what they're doing. You should go over there and show them how it's done.
I've stopped being stunned by the self-entitled, ignorant, unappreciative, perspective-lacking, knee-jerk reactive armchair critics that post on the internet. It takes a special kind of person to claim Apple "doesn't know what it's doing" with Touch ID, when in the real world all evidence points towards the fact that its the ONLY company that knows what its doing in the consumer fingerprint biometrics field.
Edited by Slurpy - 4/22/14 at 3:29pm