Touch ID is one of the most prominent new features unique to the iPhone 5s, and reportedly will be a focus of Apple Retail Store demos. According to documentation obtained by 9to5Mac, Apple has developed a demo application to show off Touch ID to the millions who want an iPhone 5s:
It isn't going to show off the full implementation of Touch ID within the store, but it will surely give customers a feel for the new security hardware Apple will be sending out to the world come September 20. In addition to Touch ID, Apple Retail colleagues will be pushing the new camera features, the iOS 7 design and features such as Control Center, Multitasking and the new look Safari according to the same leaked documentation.
While a number of iMore readers will no doubt want to be in-and-out as quickly as possible, Apple's continued push on the retail experience and introducing the new products to the customers is pleasing. Not everyone knows what Touch ID is going into the store, or may have ever seen iOS 7. It's comforting to know the service is there for those who need it.
Have you ever taken advantage of an in-store demo from Apple? What did you think of it?
Master your iPhone in minutes
iMore offers spot-on advice and guidance from our team of experts, with decades of Apple device experience to lean on. Learn more with iMore!
Apple Vision Pro on sale in Russia despite the company no longer exporting to the country — third-party resale store offers demos and purchases on Apple's most exclusive product
Apple's 2024 MLS Season Pass kicks off today as Lionel Messi and Inter Miami CF face off against Real Salt Lake
iPhone's Emergency SOS via Satellite feature helps rescue a hiker who took a wrong turn and wound up lost in a forest