Apple is building its first refrigerator door unlock that will work for a home security system, according to a new report.
AppleInsider’s Jeff Yassky, who wrote the report, said Apple may have the capability to build its own door lock that would work with the home security systems it currently offers.
Yasskin noted that this could potentially solve a problem that has been plaguing security systems for years: that they often have no way to know whether a door lock is being used or not.
The most recent security vulnerability discovered in Apple devices, which was first reported in December, caused Apple to halt sales of some older iPhones and iPads because the software would not recognize certain locks.
In addition, Apple has been accused of not being transparent about what makes a door unlock work and, in many cases, why it might not work.
Security researchers have speculated for years that Apple might be building a refrigerator door key that would unlock the lock if the device was being used for a security system that would have a lock.
The lock would then unlock, but if a home or business door were unlocked, the device would still be vulnerable to the same security flaws.
But Yasskis report said that it is unlikely that Apple will be able to build a refrigerator key with the functionality to unlock a door that has a lock, as it would likely need to modify a home’s locks.
Instead, the researchers suggested that the company could build a new refrigerator key that only works with home security devices that have a keychain.
Yaskey said that Apple has already experimented with the idea, and it worked well for him and other researchers.
Yaskey explained that he and his colleagues were able to unlock the door of their home using a combination of their keys and a digital fingerprint that he obtained from a company called TouchID.
That was able to make the door unlock.
They then sent the fingerprint to a company that could help authenticate a home.
They also sent the fingerprints to a person who would give them a digital code, which could then be used to unlock.
This system worked, but not well.
The fingerprint was still too weak, and the code was not secure.
Yassk’s report said Apple could build the keychain lock by building an additional circuit board, adding an optical sensor to the board, and adding a chip that could be read by the infrared sensor.
It also could use a laser scanner to read the infrared light from the door lock itself, which would be a different process than building a door key.
In a statement, Apple said it does not have plans to build an iPhone or iPad keychain unlock.