The iPhone 6s is the first Apple device to come with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, a key feature that’s been in the lineup since the iPhone 6’s release.
The sensor has a capacitive surface that detects and unlocks the phone if the user touches it, but it has a few other limitations.
If the sensor is removed, it’s useless, as Touch ID is supposed to only work with the iPhone’s screen.
To use Touch ID, the iPhone must be on the table, not in your hand.
You have to turn on the Touch ID button in the phone’s settings, or else the phone won’t recognize the sensor.
In other words, you can’t just press the fingerprint sensor when you want to use it.
This is a minor annoyance, but there are a few ways to make it work better.
We’ll cover them in this article.
The first thing you’ll need is a simple app that lets you turn off Touch ID in the settings menu.
If you’re a frequent iPhone user, you’ll have probably already installed the free App Store version of Touch ID.
Once you install the free version of the app, you need to select Touch ID as an option from the Settings menu.
There are a couple options: the default one, which turns off Touch, is a little buggy, so you’ll want to check this out if you don’t want to miss out on a few tricks.
You can also disable Touch ID if you want, but this will leave the fingerprint reader disabled.
After selecting Touch ID from the Touch Settings menu, you have two options for disabling the sensor: enable it, or disable it completely.
To disable Touch, tap the Touch icon in the upper-left corner of the screen, and then tap Disable.
This will disable the fingerprint scanner completely.
After you’ve disabled Touch, you’re going to need to install another app to enable it.
We’re going with the free iOS 10 app Touch ID Control.
To enable the sensor, select Touch on the home screen and tap Settings, then tap Touch ID and then Touch.
This app will launch and ask you to enter your password, which is important if you plan to use the sensor on your phone.
When you’ve entered your password and enabled Touch ID on the Home screen, you should see a new screen.
Tap it and then press Enable.
If all goes well, you will see a small green button that reads Enable Touch.
You’ll be prompted to enter a PIN code to enable Touch.
Once the code is entered, the app will turn on and you’ll be able to use Touch IDs on the iPhone.
There’s another option that you might want to try: disable Touch when you turn the screen off.
To do so, select the Touch button in your Settings menu and then select Settings.
Tap Touch on Home, then Tap Display and then Tap Disabled.
This should show you a new toggle screen.
This toggle allows you to disable Touch from your phone’s screen if you so choose.
To turn it off, tap Touch on Display and press Disable.
If everything goes well and you’re ready to turn the device off, you won’t see a green button to disable the sensor again.
Once your phone is turned off, disable Touch once again.
If Touch is still enabled, you might need to use a special app to turn it back on.
Here are some other tricks you might have to try to turn off the sensor when it’s not working: Turn the screen on after you turn it on (if you’re using a touch-sensitive tablet, like the Apple Pencil) Turn off Touch when the device is powered off (if your tablet’s touchscreen is off) Turn on Touch when your phone turns off the screen (if it’s off and your phone was turned off when you turned it on) Turn the touchscreen off if your phone has no active power source, or if it’s locked to a power source while the phone is being used to access it, like an iPhone 6S or iPad Air 2.
If that’s the case, you may need to disable it again, as well.
This last one may be the most difficult trick.
It’s not clear how the iOS 10 Touch ID control app does this, but we know that it’s possible to disable an external power source (like an iPhone) or turn off your screen completely without disabling Touch.
When we asked Apple for a comment on the possibility of disabling Touch, the company said that “the Touch ID sensor is not a part of the iOS operating system.”
But, as we reported earlier this week, Touch ID has been in iOS 10 since the very first version.
It seems that Apple is not interested in adding it back.
So if you’re an iPhone user and want to disable its Touch ID feature, you just have to disable this particular feature from the iPhone itself.
If, however, you want the ability to use other sensors in the iPhone, you still have to do it