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mdrockwell
mdrockwell
Let’s say I go out and about with just my iPhone — I use it as my ID, keys to my car, keys to my house, money, etc. What if I dropped my phone, it hit a rock, and then landed in a puddle? You’re just screwed, right?
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jsonbecker
jsonbecker

@mdrockwell no different than a woman who loses her purse.

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mdrockwell
mdrockwell

@jsonbecker it's harder to accidentally break your keys, though. And you don't need to worry about battery life. Plus the items in a purse can be separated — like keeping some cash or a card in your pocket along with keys.

jsonbecker
jsonbecker

@mdrockwell sure— I guess what I’m saying is I’m not sure this is a difference in kind of risk as opposed to degree.

pimoore
pimoore

@mdrockwell I have the same concerns, not sure I’m ready to hand over control of all my physical keys to a digital device (for numerous reasons).

mcg
mcg

@mdrockwell You need an Apple Watch for backup, obviously.