LONDON — For the first time in the UK, customers at two banks will be able to access their accounts using a fingerprint.

Royal Bank of Scotland has introduced the service Wednesday for its RBS and Natwest customers who use an iPhone 5s, 6 and 6 Plus, which all have Apple’s Touch ID technology.

Nearly half of RBS’ 15 million customers use online banking, with three million of these accessing the services via the company’s mobile apps

For the 880,000 RBS customers with Touch ID-enabled iPhones, they can opt to log into their accounts almost instantly with their fingerprints instead of typing in passwords …

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