Hi everyone, Today, my iPhone 6S (with the latest iOS) out of nowhere stopped recognizing my touch ID. It did this during normal usage, hence not after a reboot or something like that. I went to download a new app on AppStore and iOS asked me if I wanted to use touch ID for purchases. I chose 'yes' and that's when the problem started. After denying my touch ID it asked for my passcode. I'm 100% sure I gave it the right one but it wouldn't accept that either. After 5 "failed" attempts (with the RIGHT passcode), my phone is now deactivated. Firstly, I'm really frustrated why this kind of thing can happen at all. Apple needs to have a fail proof system that doesn't risk the owner of the phone to be locked out of it! Especially in this case when I even haven't forgotten any passcode. Secondly, how can a company CHARGE for support after 1 year - which other company does stuff like that - especially with items so expensive? Well, as you can read, I'm really frustrated with Apple since today... Thirdly, and frankly the question I'd really want to ask - is there ANYTHING I can do? Would really appreciate any help.