I just did a restore to a new iPhone and confused about a few things. The backup is supposed to be encrypted. But it seems that I had to re-setup a few things. Touch ID did not transfer to the new phone. Is that normal? The fingerprints are stored only in the original phone? I thought they were now stored encrypted on the cloud? Either way, not a big deal, just an inconvenience to set them all up again. Also, Wallet. I had to reinstall all of my credit cards. Now they all seemed to be stored in the phone, or iCloud, but each one had to be reauthorized with the bank. Is that normal? Would there be any issues if I lost my phone in another country, bought a new one and had to restore in that country if I tried to authorize them? I know my credit cards have thrown up some red flags just over transactions originated in some countries (despite notifying them ahead of time of my trip), so it would be a concern if that happened when restoring the phone, and I lost access to my cards. Again, I thought this was all encrypted, so it could just be restored. Also, Siri had to be set up again. Normal? I’m not sure why those voice samples couldn’t be downloaded to the new phone? Finally, my Location settings had to be set up again for all of my apps. Surely that can’t be normal? Why would simply moving to a new phone cause those to be reset? In fact in Settings, the correct settings were selected, but I had to reconfirm them by selecting them again, even though they indicated they were already correctly selected. That has to be a bug, right? Also, my wifi passwords seemed not have been restored. I was required to renter passwords which I haven’t entered for years. Is that normal? Maybe all of this is normal, but it sure is disappointing if so. And some of this I might not be able to do if I were traveling and had to replace an iPhone without another device to help get passwords, etc. I’m hoping something went wrong during the restore for some of this?