There's been lots of commentary about the iPhone 5S since Apple debuted its new product, but some of the strangest has been from some particularly paranoid people who worried about the possibility that thieves could cut off people's fingers in order to access a stolen 5S' fingerprint verification button. But there's no need to worry, with Mashable.com citing experts as saying the fingerprint sensor uses radio frequency scanning to detect the sub-epidermal layers of your skin, which requires that the owner be alive with their finger attached.

Apparently people who are wearing tin foil hats are allowed to have modern technology as well...unfortunately.

I can just imagine some of the calls tech support has to take on a daily basis. See, your job could be MUCH worse.