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sigma902 said:Apple considers Face ID to be 10x more secure than Touch ID (1 in 100,000 strangers have similar enough fingerprints to unlock, versus 1 in a million people have a similar enough face [not counting identical twins, between young children or close blood relatives]). Therefore Touch ID would be a downgrade from expected security for an iPad Pro. iPads due to their portability compared to an iMac are likely to encounter more evildoers and need greater security standards.
sidrictheviking said:dank4ak said:“Install now” - greyed out
“iPhone will try to install this update later tonight”
Update: I just went in and closed all apps and now the update is running. Something in the background was apparently keeping it from updating. I am not sure what it was, I had things like Waze running and so maybe that? But it is fixed after closing all other apps anyways.