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Versão atual de: Tom Chai ,

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For iPhone 5s, iPad Air, the button is not required for the phone to pass update verification. So if you update/reinstall iOS with a dead button, you simply lose Touch ID, that's it.
For any newer devices supporting Apple Pay, the button was required. Updating will fail to proceed and may even kill the device. However Apple finally decided to remove the requirement (they claim that it is simply a mistake, ha ha ha).
-In ANY case, the fingerprint recognition CANNOT be restored. If you break it you lose it. The only exception is the Genius Bar repair works, they have the ability to reprogram a new button during screen replacement.
+In ANY case, the fingerprint recognition CANNOT be restored by DIY repairs. If you break it you lose it. The only exception is the Genius Bar repair works, they have the ability to reprogram a new button during screen replacement.

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Mensagem original de: Tom Chai ,

Texto:

For iPhone 5s, iPad Air, the button is not required for the phone to pass update verification. So if you update/reinstall iOS with a dead button, you simply lose Touch ID, that's it.

For any newer devices supporting Apple Pay, the button was required. Updating will fail to proceed and may even kill the device. However Apple finally decided to remove the requirement (they claim that it is simply a mistake, ha ha ha).

In ANY case, the fingerprint recognition CANNOT be restored. If you break it you lose it. The only exception is the Genius Bar repair works, they have the ability to reprogram a new button during screen replacement.

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open