Apple Patents A Way For Your iPhone To Lock Out Users Whose Behavior It Doesn’t Recognize

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iPhone-5s-front-locked Apple has a new patent out (via AppleInsider) that describes a method for locking a device or asking a user for proof of their identity if the device detects a pattern of unusual behavior. It’s a security method that goes beyond the standard pins and passwords, letting your phone pick up on cues like your specific grammar habits, vocabulary, motion sensor information and particular… Read More