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loopless said:d-rey said:Love the idea. I already use Apple Pay everywhere I can. How do the state laws address this, though? If I voluntarily hand law enforcement my phone to show them my ID, have I just given them the authority to go through it?
Now if there was a ‘cop mode’ that could be quickly enabled from Control Center that only presents ID’s & insurance cards, I might use it if it also locks the phone requiring a passcode to unlock the phone. I think some courts have ruled that bio-metrics aren’t even considered protected like a passcode is. Cops can’t make you give them your passcode without a warrant, but I believe at least in some jurisdictions, they don’t need a warrant to make you use touchID or FaceID to unlock your phone.