Money Matters: New iPhone may have fingerprint sensors

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July 31, 2013, 8:05 am
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(NECN) -  Several reports suggest the next version of Apple's mobile operating system may feature a sensor to read fingerprints.
A user could register their prints with the device, then unlock the phone by putting their thumb on the home button.
The next iPhone is expected to launch this fall.

When it comes to thefts of luxury cars, it appears that Mercedes Benz is the one that's catching the eye of most car thieves these days.
A report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau says the Mercedes Benz C-Class, E-Class and S-Class are among the top five most frequently stolen luxury vehicles in the U.S.
Other models on the list included the BMW three-series, the Infiniti G, the Acura TSX and the Lexus IS.

According to the Beer Institute, New Hampshire ranks second in beer consumption per capita.
Only North Dakota ranked higher than the granite state.
Montana, South Dakota and Wisconsin rounded out the top five.
Why didn’t New Hampshire didn't get the top spot?
Experts say there are a lot of young men living in North Dakota thanks to the oil and gas boom in that state.

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