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[Tech] Not all that glitters is gold... Fail Apple X.

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Post time: 13-9-2017 12:54:28 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Editado por Pedro_P en 13-9-2017 02:39 AM

Apple just unveiled the iPhone X (pronounced "ten"), a premium new model that the company bills as the future of the smartphone.
To that end, the iPhone X ditches the iconic home button and the TouchID fingerprint sensor in favor of a new system called FaceID.
Theoretically, you just look at the screen, and the iPhone X will recognize your face and unlock your phone.
However, in an on-stage demo, Craig Federighi, an Apple senior vice president, couldn't get FaceID to work — forcing him to log in with a passcode instead.
"Let's try that again," Federighi said on stage.

Some amateur sleuths have reviewed the footage and noted that the fail may not have been Federighi's fault, or even that of the iPhone X: The phone appears to have just been restarted, which would force the user to enter their passcode before the Face ID system would activate. The Touch ID system on current iPhones works the same way.
Apple says that when it's working properly, iPhone X will use a sophisticated infrared camera to map out your face, using artificial intelligence to verify it's you. It's similar to Windows Hello, a similar facial-recognition feature that Microsoft launched on its Surface devices in 2015.
Furthermore, Apple says it enlisted Hollywood special-effects wizards to help it to test and secure FaceID. Federighi showed some creepy, extremely realistic recreations of human faces, saying even those weren't good enough to crack FaceID.
Apple used these creepy masks to test FaceID.Apple
Federighi says it'spossiblethat another human could have a face similar enough to yours to crack the system, but the odds are about 1 in 1 million.
Still, the burden is on Apple to prove that FaceID is both as secure and as convenient as TouchID, which it seems poised to replace. If this first time at bat is any indication, Apple might have some work to do if it wants to sell that concept.

Watch the moment here: Fail Apple X

Source: Businessinsider . com

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Post time: 13-9-2017 13:30:33
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We always need to have alternative options because what we read here. May be it will not be a problem again but still if you get more security than this that time also always have alternative options. You can't say when the main security will not work and you need to use alternative.
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Post time: 13-9-2017 13:32:26 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Really an EPIC moment.

I think without touch id iPhone x is incomplete.
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 Author| Post time: 13-9-2017 13:38:03
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Editado por Pedro_P en 13-9-2017 03:12 AM
Dev 13-9-2017 03:00 AM
We always need to have alternative options because what we read here. May be it will not be a proble ...


Certainly, but we are talking about Apple, one of the companies that best know how to sell. What others sell at $ 1, Apple sells at $ 50... Round business.
However, putting aside the jokes, there is no doubt that there is a limitation on the security options of the Apple X, users deserve to have other alternatives that they can handle. Apple's business will be in unlocking those devices that fail facial recognition. Apple has found a new business vein to exploit.
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Post time: 13-9-2017 13:44:42
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Pedro_P 13-9-2017 01:38 PM
Editado por Pedro_P en 13-9-2017 03:12 AM

Yes I agree with you.
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