Doubts and Speculation Surround Apple's Onstage Face ID 'Fail' During iPhone X Keynote

Wednesday, 13 September 2017  (1 week ago)
Yesterday at a media event held in Apple Park, Apple announced its much-anticipated all-screen 5.8-inch iPhone X, which features a next-generation facial authentication system called Face ID for unlocking the smartphone in lieu of a home button with Touch ID.

During the keynote at the Steve Jobs Theater, Apple software...

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