Sorry if this has been posted before but a quick search didn't pull anything up. I was thinking about the new TouchID security and what it actually means to the security of the phone. My phone has never been stolen but I would assume that if it was stolen the first thing a criminal would do would be to power off the phone to block find my iPhone from connecting. After just checking with my 4S it is possible to power down the phone from the unlock screen. Wouldn't it be interesting if it required a TouchID authorisation to power off so that in the case that it did get stolen it would be unable to be unlocked and unable to be unlocked until back in the rightful hands of the owner + registered users?