CNET 22 Sep 2020

Touch ID can return to iPhone 12 (thanks iPad Air)


Long live, Touch ID! It's time for the iPhone to bring back Touch ID, and the fingerprint sensor could come to the power button -- just as Apple did with the iPad Air. Face ID just doesn't fly in an era where we cover up with masks.

President Trump's doctor says he can return to public events as early as Saturday after his treatment for COVID-19. But some experts say it's too soon. Dr. Matthew Heinz, a hospital physician and former official at the Department of Health and Human Services, joined CBSN to discuss the recovery process and what we know about the president's condition.
There is widespread anger and fear in Armenia over an agreement which allows Azeris to keep land captured during six weeks of fighting.
People who were displaced almost 30 years ago say they are not convinced they can return to the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports.
President Trump says he's looking forward to returning to the campaign trail as early as tomorrow, less than a week after being hospitalized for COVID-19. Dr. Bob Lahita joins CBSN to discuss the safety concerns that come with the decision, plus how you can identify the difference between the flu and COVID-19.
Millions of students across twelve African countries have headed back to class as schools reopened after a six-month coronavirus lockdown.
In Nigeria, nearly 40 million of them will now have to try to catch-up on missed schoolwork.
But they will also return to a new set of rules as the government continues the struggle to stop the spread.

Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the capital, Abuja.

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