Hard reboot your device. The Touch ID problem could be temporary and solved with a good reboot. Go to Settings Touch ID & Passcode and disable all of the options you see (the ones in the red box in the image below). Then, restart your iPhone or your iPad and re-enable the features you want turned on. Resetting password is very easy on Mac. As it completely resets and replaces the previous password, this can be the ultimate solution that you can go for to tackle the issue. Just follow the steps below and you will get it done quickly! Open your Mac, launch Safari and open Apple ID account page. Now tap 'Forgot Apple ID or password.'
- Touch ID is Apple's fingerprint identity sensor. It allows you to unlock your device, log in to apps, use Apple Pay, and make purchases from the App Store and iTunes by touching and briefly holding your finger against the sensor.
- If you want to unlock your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without Siri or iTunes, you can apply this iOS unlock tool - EaseUS MobiUnlock to do it. With its 'Unlock iPhone' feature, you can remove the lock screen password, Touch ID and Face ID you set. Like using iTunes, you also need to remember the Apple ID and password originally used on the device.
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- Please note that certain cookies are saved as required for the website to run smoothly. However, these cookies don't contain any personal information.
- 128-bit encryption masks your sensitive information.
- When you log out, the session ends.
- After 10 minutes of inactivity, your session on the T. Rowe Price Personal® App for iPad® will automatically expire, requiring you to log in again with your user name and password.
Security tips for accessing your accounts via your mobile device:
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- After your have accessed your accounts, always remember to select the Log Out link to exit and prevent anyone else from accessing your accounts through your mobile device.
- Always lock your device, and set up a password so that only you can unlock your device. Set your screen to automatically lock after a certain amount of time.
- Do not open attachments from unknown e-mail addresses and/or unknown phone numbers for text messages (SMS).
- Beware of fraudulent 'SMishing' attacks—typically a text message sent to trick users into disclosing personal information.
- Verify that your software is up to date by checking with your service provider or carrier. If you purchased software, contact the software vendor directly for updates.
- Validate the website security. Make sure the site has adequate encryption by verifying that the Web address (URL) begins with 'https://' and that a closed padlock symbol is displayed.
- Never provide personal information, such as social security numbers. T. Rowe Price will only ask for your user name, password, and image verification when you log in.
- Never share your user name and password with anyone or store those credentials on your wireless device.