Missing this …

Do you know what the app AASDW# is? Or )*#a? I didn’t, either. Until I started them. What had happened was that my kid had gotten my iPhone and used some of its features, like renaming applications, in — shall we say — novel ways.

So the new iPhone has facial recognition. It unlocks if you just look at it the right way. I’d love to have different profiles on the thing to give certain permissions to one user (like renaming applications or removing them) and not not another. It would feel so much nicer to give my phone into the hands of another person if I knew they could not get to my contacts, my calendar or my photos.

Why is this one of the features Apple has been avoiding? (I know Android does it; it’s just that there are other aspects of Android that make me prefer iOS).

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