The latest iPhone 5S rumors are of an iPhone fingerprint security feature, according to a Sept. 9 Wired News report. It seems recently leaked pictures of Apple's upcoming iPhone release further point to the new phone having a fingerprint feature.
Of course, people are already trying to figure out if this security feature can be hacked. If not, the iPhone fingerprint scanner could end up being a good deal for consumers because it could make their phones much safer. Not only that, but the feature would also be quite convenient for the phone's owner. Most likely the fingerprint scan would be quick and easy. It would probably be faster than typing in a password.
Disney World uses a fingerprint security feature for its guests, and it works rather well. However, people are concerned that this new iPhone fingerprint security feature could end up being easily hacked. If so, that would make this a bad deal for consumers because it likely adds to the overall cost of the new iPhone 5S, which is expected to be announced on Sept. 10, 2013. Not only that, but it could also put the consumer's information at risk, which could ultimately cost a lot more than the phone.
Most of the questions should be answered tomorrow. Until then, the iPhone 5S rumors will continue to fly, and the cost of the new phone will continue to be speculated upon. The good news is, if you have held out on buying an iPhone, the older versions of the phone should experience a big price drop with tomorrow's announcement, so be prepared to buy one soon if you have waited.