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iPhone X’s Face ID challenge: Getting you to trust it
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Since the invention of the password, you’ve been told to keep yours a secret. Now Apple wants your password to be your most public feature: your face. That may take some convincing. Most people probably haven’t been exposed to facial recognition …
Face ID on the iPhone X did not actually fail to recognise Craig Federighi during Apple’s presentationBusiness Insider
Apple Says Face ID Didn’t Fail Onstage During iPhone X KeynoteMac Rumors
Apple ‘explains Face ID on-stage failure’BBC News
The Verge -Recode -Forbes -Engadget
all 189 news articles »
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Published On: Thu, Sep 14th, 2017

iPhone X’s Face ID challenge: Getting you to trust it – CNET


CNET

iPhone X's Face ID challenge: Getting you to trust it
CNET
Since the invention of the password, you've been told to keep yours a secret. Now Apple wants your password to be your most public feature: your face. That may take some convincing. Most people probably haven't been exposed to facial recognition ...
Face ID on the iPhone X did not actually fail to recognise Craig Federighi during Apple's presentationBusiness Insider
Apple Says Face ID Didn't Fail Onstage During iPhone X KeynoteMac Rumors
Apple 'explains Face ID on-stage failure'BBC News
The Verge -Recode -Forbes -Engadget
all 189 news articles »

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