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iOS 10 without Touch ID or passcode?

Can iOS 10 be used without setting up Touch ID or a passcode? If so, how?

TIA - Mark

P.S. yes, I realize the security risk.

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I'm doing that for 9.3.5

But rather than me research this, did you google that question.

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Now on 10.0.1 (14A403)

I have the office 5S in front of me and I can power on and press the home button to unlock.

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Now on 10.0.2

And it still works fine.

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go to settings

Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Enter your passcode > Turn Passcode off.

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Unlock iPhone running iOS 10 without Touch ID or passcode

Yes you can unlock iPhone having iOS 10 without touch id and password. To Turn it off you just need to follow bellow instruction .

Go to Settings -> Touch ID & Passcode -> Enter your passcode -> Turn Passcode off.

After you disable it you just need to tap on home button to unlock iPhone.

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Security Risk

So much of Security Risk, Just like living near PAKISTAN.

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Are you moving soon?

As to the button, that's our choice to make. There are folk that want to make choices for us and that can be a source of pain and conflict.

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