Monday, February 28, 2011

Apple is working on more secure Gesture-Based Lock Screen for iPhone?

9to5Mac reported that Apple is working on a new Gesture-Based Lock screen for iPhone, this new gesture for locked screen is almost same like Lock screens on Android Phones. In this gesture lock screen you have to swipe your finger in a correct sequence to unlock your Phone.The screen basically shows you 3×3 dot grid on which you have to correctly swipe your finger, in this you don't have to type an 4-Digit passcode or just slide to unlock.

Apple has already deployed this new lock screen internally for use in the employee ‘Apple Connect’ application for iOS devices. But it's still not sure whetjere it will hit the iOS to be released in Public, but 9t05Mac claims that "Apple will be pushing this lock screen down to some of their internal applications in the future. For example the applications retail-store employees use."

Here are some images of this New lock screen gesture which 9t05Mac has revealed: 

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[Via 9to5Mac]


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