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wave_crest85 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 9, 2014 7:17 PM Member since: Dec 8, 2012
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    Call the Open - $95

    by wimax2day Sep 9, 2014 7:10 PM
    wave_crest85 wave_crest85 Sep 9, 2014 7:17 PM Flag

    Icahn just tweeted this today.

    Trish Regan ✔ @trish_regan
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    .@Carl_C_Icahn to me on $AAPL: I've been adding to my $AAPL position. Where else can you get a growth company at 10x earnings?
    12:09 PM - 9 Sep 2014
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  • wave_crest85 wave_crest85 Sep 9, 2014 5:43 PM Flag

    You can google it and find that all agree that the iPhone will only work with an attached finger.

    "The sensor in the iPhone 5s utilizes two methods to sense and identify your fingerprint:

    Capacitive -- A capacitive sensor is activated by the slight electrical charge running through your skin. We all have a small amount of electrical current running through our bodies, and capacitive technology utilizes that to sense touch. This is also the same technology used in the iPhone's touchscreen to detect input.
    Radio frequency -- RF waves do not respond to the dead layer of skin on the outside of your finger -- the part that might be chapped or too dry to be read with much accuracy -- and instead reads only the living tissue underneath. This produces an extremely precise image of your print, and ensures that a severed finger is completely useless.
    This means that the Touch ID sensor should be remarkably accurate for living creatures, but it also means that only a finger attached to a beating heart will be able to unlock it. So, should someone run up to you, hack off your finger, grab your iPhone and attempt to unlock it, there's virtually no chance it's going to work."

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