Face ID on the iPhone X did not actually fail to recognise Craig Federighi during Apple's presentation (AAPL)
Thursday, 14 September 2017 When Apple introduced the iPhone X at its latest event on Tuesday, it touted its new Face ID biometric authentication system as one of the phone's exclusive features. However, the first demo on stage seemingly failed to work properly.
When Apple engineering SVP Craig Federighi grabbed the iPhone X on stage, he looked at it and...
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