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The face ID on the iPhone X is so superb that even an identical twin can’t seem to be able to get through its security.
Shortly before the official release, reviewers already had the appliance, obviously, you know the reason why, and it was time to dive in and see what amazing experience the new features present. Interestingly, the Touch ID substitute wasn’t perfect but very fascinating.
Every new introduction is usually welcomed with mingled feelings. It’s wonderful when the new release works or functions according to the expectations but this is always not the case as we always find out it one way or the other. For instance, the Face ID seems to work perfectly on the inside and maybe this is due to the fact that the infrared sensor works well in this area. But when you are outside and the sun is high up then it seems to struggle to work perfectly.
However, there is one thing we can all bank on and that is the Face ID. It super safe and doesn’t look stupid like what we have going on with the Samsung facial recognition technology.
One thing we can be sure of is that it’s super-secure. Face ID cannot be fooled by photos like Samsung’s facial recognition technology, and Apple says there’s a 1 in 1 million chance that a random person could unlock your phone with their face.
Well, the truth is that nothing can truly be proven until it’s tested, so Business insider decided to put its accuracy to the test. What they did was getting the iPhone X and register it to one face. This person happens to have a twin so they ask the twin to try to get into the phone using the Face ID, you can’t believe that the result was amazing. The twin was not able to get on the phone.
Brian Fieber in his own words said when they meet people at first it takes a while for them to be able to pick him out from his twin brother. But the Face ID had no trouble picking out all the details between him and his brother. I was astonished considering the fact that even our own family members still find it hard to tell us apart.