Disable Touch ID on the iPad Air 2
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You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to disable or turn off fingerprint authentication or login on the iPad Air 2. If you've decided that login into your iPad with a fingerprint is something a little bit too tedious, then we've got a tutorial here on how to disable that or turn it off.
- 6That will disable fingerprint lock for our iPad. This means that you will no longer be using a fingerprint to log in. For those of you who may have a jealous spouse, who takes your finger while you're sleeping and unlocks your phone or iPad with it, you may actually benefit from this. For anyone else, if you prefer entering passcode, you can enter in passcode anyway without disabling this. So it is not a necessary feature. It's just a feature that if you prefer not to use it or you have a reason not having it set up, this is how to turn it off.In our case it's for unlocking the iPad, so let's give a tap on the button next to "iPad Unlock".
- 7It automatically defaults to your existing fingerprints. If you need a help to set up fingerprints or other things, make sure you visit our tutorials on how to set up fingerprints and how to delete them or rename them.For everyone else, if you're just watching this tutorial to see how it works, tap on the same button again to turn it back on.
- 8If you're having trouble disabling, or turning off, fingerprint authentication, or login, on the iPad Air 2, then simply leave your questions, comments, or suggestions in the area below; and we'll do our best to get back to you. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!This has been a VisiHow tutorial on how to disable, or turn off, fingerprint authentication, or login, on the iPad Air 2.
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