Apple has introduced a new security mode called Stolen Device Protection for iPhones. This feature adds a layer of security to safeguard against theft or attacks where the user’s private passcode is compromised. Stolen Device Protection requires the use of FaceID facial recognition along with a passcode for sensitive actions when the user’s phone is not at home or work. Its goal is to prevent attackers from using the stolen passcode to disable theft protections or gain access to sensitive information. How does the combination of FaceID facial recognition and passcode enhance the security of iPhones in the Stolen Device Protection mode? Why must Apple introduce additional security measures like Stolen Device Protection to protect user data and mitigate evolving threats?
Blue Origin is preparing to launch its New Shepard rocket on December 18th. This marks the first launch of the New Shepard rocket in over a year. The upcoming mission will be a cargo mission carrying research and scientific payloads. What was the reason for the 14-month hiatus of the New Shepard rocket before this upcoming launch? How does the reusability feature of the rocket booster benefit Blue Origin’s operations and the future of space exploration?
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