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Why an eye scan could soon unlock Samsung and Apple phones

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Why an eye scan could soon unlock Samsung and Apple phones

Leaked images and rumors surrounding the Galaxy Note 7 and 2018 iPhone suggest that users can unlock phones and potentially make purchases with an iris scanning camera. Here's how it would work.

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