When the iPhone 7 is launched tomorrow, the device will be the most advanced device Apple has ever made and the first to include a fingerprint sensor.

It’s also the first device to have a dual-camera system, which means the iPhone will be able to take photos and videos with both a front-facing camera and a rear-facing one.

When the iPhone 8 is launched next year, the fingerprint sensor will be included as well.

But the most important part of Apple’s device will not be its cameras, but the way the iPhone handles data.

The new fingerprint sensor allows iPhone users to create and save biometric passwords to protect their accounts, while keeping their accounts private.

The technology allows users to keep their phone unlocked while using their phones, even when their devices are in the same room, and even when they’re on the move.

The technology will also make it easier to keep your iPhone secure and private when traveling.

There are several ways to use biometric security on iPhones.

You can either create a biometric password, which requires you to type it into the iPhone’s Touch ID sensor, or you can create a unique, secure password, but that requires the same fingerprint sensor on both devices.

Instead of entering a biometrics password into the Touch ID, the user can create one using their fingerprint.

Then, if they choose to store a biographic password in their iCloud account, they will be required to enter the password into both devices in order to access the account.

Using biometric authentication will allow users to use the device with any Apple device that can run iOS 10, including iPhones and iPads.

The iPhone is the first iPhone to have fingerprint sensors, which are the same technology used on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6.

A fingerprint sensor is a tiny piece of plastic that can be embedded into a device’s casing to help unlock it.

Fingerprint sensors are found on most Android phones, but not all iPhones.