There is no doubt that actionable notifications have made interacting with my phone more convenient. I can now respond to my friend's iMessage directly from the lock screen, rather than unlocking my phone. However, this also poses a security hazard. What's stopping someone from accessing your phone's lockscreen notifications in your absence and replying with nonsensical messages, or worse, delete notifications and emails? The obvious answer here is "Disable this feature then", but then, this seems like a very "Un-apple-like" solution, and obviously a step back. Apple has always prided itself on giving us the best of both worlds. Features like Touch-ID showed us that we can have our cake and eat it too. I should be able to enjoy the convenience of responding to lockscreen notifications and not having to worry about security. This didn't strike me until I was playing around with the Cloudmagic email app yesterday. When I swiped to delete a junk email from my iPhone's lock screen, I was prompted to authenticate with Touch-ID or my passcode. I just needed to do it once to interact with all my emails; locking the phone resets this. With Touch-ID, this process was both quick and seamless. It seemed so obvious. What do you think? Should iOS 9 allow us to use Touch-ID to limit access to who can act on our notifications? Moving forward, only the iphone5 won't have Touch-ID anyways. Edit: I uploaded the images via tapatalk and the ability to resize photos is noticeably missing. Anyone knows how to resize them? Thanks, and sorry if you had to scroll through very gigantic images.