Here's an icon for a fingerprint app that, unlike Apple, scans your finger, stores it on your device AND in the cloud, shares it with your friends, police, CIA, FBI and hackers... uncrypted, of course ;)}
Props to @Hadry Younes for this awsome free PSD fingerprint icon found here http://dribbble.com/shots/1230482-Touch-ID-icon-construction-PSD?list=users
6 months ago
Let me try this :D - btw. that soft shadows rox :)
Great Icon. Love it!
Are you guys thinking retail? :D
that would be horrible if a big company affiliated closely w/ the government could pull something like this off... :P
@Kreativa Studio Thank you for pointing this out, i feel like designers and engineers are smart enough to pick up on the implications of such technology. I'm sorry but i don't want this hardware or software in my device even if i have the ability to turn it off, especially in combination with a button that i press hundreds of times a day.
Even if apple didn't have a creepy relationship with the NSA and US government this hardware/software could still be easily exploited.
Seriously, we need to boycott the 5s and Xbox One, not for ourselves but for future generations. Our apathy is only assuring future generations live within an oppressive police state.
I'll see myself out now, back to reddit i go....
Love the idea behind this app! Let's make life easier... FOR EVERYONE! <3 ;)
Y U NO rebound ?
You all missed the part of the presentation where they said the data was stored on the device?
@jake counsell Yo dude, I'm with you on this. We're of the same tribe, my friend. Dunno if you remember, but we met a while back. I worked at Fitbit, btw.
@Hadry Younes Sorry man ! Missed that rebound note at the bottom... So let us put credits for you in the description at the top...
Is that OK with you? :)
@Kreativa Studio sounds good to me
I cannot think of one single reason my fingerprint needs to be stored anywhere other than a police database. Fingerprints are conventionally used to incriminate. That data has no business being on a mobile hardware device, being captured and fine-tuned repetitively, daily.
from the perspective of a government official that wants to further monitor the people of it's community closer and closer, what better way to capture every persons unique physical ID than place a scanner within a single button that is in the hands of billions and pressed hundreds of times a day by each and every one of them? So simple. I would confidently call that individual a genius. I would also utilize the power of reason and deduce to not participate in activities so void of respect to one's privacy. Completely hypothetical situation, yes. However, I choose to not believe in coincidence.
I will not be upgrading to iPhone 5s. I'm perfectly fine with my 5.
Food for thought
Should someone in witness protection feel safe purchasing an iPhone 5s?
Damn good :)
That is so smooth :)
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