Touch ID was first introduced with iPhones however with time it was also made available with iPads and Macbook. Touch ID allows you to unlock your Macbook and along with that, you can also use it to sign in to some third-party apps and websites online. In addition to this, you can also use the Touch ID when you want to use Apple Pay to pay online at web stores while making a purchase.
While a lot of people find the Touch ID useful, there are some people who don’t use it in their everyday life so removing it would be the right choice for them. Hence in this guide, we are going to show you How to remove Touch ID from your Mac. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to remove Touch ID from your Mac
Step 1: Boot up your Mac and click on the Apple menu from the top right corner.
Step 2: Click on the System Preferences from the list that pops up on your screen.
Step 3: Now click on Touch ID to bring up the Touch ID settings.
Step 4: Once you have the Touch ID settings on your screen, select a fingerprint that you want to delete, enter your password when asked and then click Delete.
That’s all! Doing this will delete your fingerprint from your Mac device. It is to be noted that only logged-in users can access their own Touch ID information; an administrator cannot change another user’s Touch ID preferences or fingerprints.
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