Anonymous, 07 Oct 2017If only there was a downvote button for amount of mis information you're quoted here.... Sear... moreWait what? Toshiba already have fingerprint sensor on their phones as early as 2007. Kyocera did the double screen phone and Fujitsu started implementing iris scanner in 2013.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2017If only there was a downvote button for amount of mis information you're quoted here....
Sear... moreWell Motorola was't the first one to implement it either, check Toshiba G500. But being first means nothing if its not a good implementation and both Toshiba and Motorola implementations are far from what we got with TouchID.
With TouchID Apple set the standard for fingerprint readers which all other then followed. You have to be a fanboy not to acknowledge that.
SZtadir, 07 Oct 2017If it is true then that would be truly pathetic. We android fans will have to bow our heads to... moreIf only there was a downvote button for amount of mis information you're quoted here....
Search Motorola atrix please before telling that apple did fps...
abigfanoftechs, 07 Oct 2017Good try fanboy!
Search Motorola Atrix ...
Yeah! Just searched it. M Motorola definitely had it before Apple. (Thanks! You learn new things everyday.)
But it also seems that atrix had it half-baked. I am not a Apple fanboy. In fact I always advice my friends against buying Apple. And I have never bought anything Apple, not because I couldn't afford it (well I couldn't afford them for a long period of time, but when I finally started earning enough, I still don't buy Apple).
But credits should be given where it is due. Capacitive touchscreen and FPS goes to them (yeah, I know Apple wasn't fire to introduce capacitive either).
Sony Fanboy Bitches, 07 Oct 2017FaceID can easily be fooled.
I can use Sony's 3D Creator App on the Xperia XZ1 to capture a p... moreNo, it won't work, but you can try it yourself and waste all that money if you really want to
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2017Then again... "FaceID uses a flood illuminator (so it works in the dark) and a projector th... moreIf you are about security, it's better than everything else available, including the passcode, fingerprint, as well as samsung's latest fake face recognition which is foolable by a photo, the probability to have a twin alone is much less, and if so, you probably wouldn't mind if he unlocks your phone but if so, you can still use a passcode
I don't really care about AR or those dumb Animojis. But wannabe companies with their iPhone copies want to make iPhones...
FaceID can easily be fooled.
I can use Sony's 3D Creator App on the Xperia XZ1 to capture a person using the iPhone X, then print a 3D model of the 3D image that I've captured, and I could then pretty much use it to bypass the FaceID of the iPhone X.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2017Then again... "FaceID uses a flood illuminator (so it works in the dark) and a projector th... moreFoolable tech by identical twins, that is. Then again and in before someone would argue, how many of us have identical twins, right? Nonetheless, still foolable that even Apple warns us, if Apple is not that admissive enough of the tech
I prefer having both and being able to choose what I want. I would prefer the fingerprint scanner because it is more convenient not having to look at the phone, but I know there are people who think the facial recognition is better, and others who a security-sensible who like tho have both before getting into the phone.
"FaceID uses a flood illuminator (so it works in the dark) and a projector that paints 30,000 points on your face (sounds similar to the Kinect). The system is much more secure than TouchID, with a failure rate of 1,000,000 to 1 (fingerprints are good for 50,000:1). Apple warned that identical twins will likely be able to fool it, though," (Peter, September 12, 2017).
Blah, blah, blah, TLDR. It's a foolable tech. There. Mained the idea and summarized the blah for you if it's such a blur to you.
Might want to take a review on it again at: https://www.gsmarena.com/apple_unveils_iphone_x-news-27227.php
Apple settled with facial recognition because they were out of options (can't put sensor in front or back either) but other manufacturers do not have this limitation. When my phone is on table I just put my finger on sensor and see the notifications without disturbing anything whereas in case of facial sensor every time I may have to look at phone to access its contents. I may have to wait to fully understand the limitations of apples facial recognition.
This is the most frustrating news right now. Can't believe everyone still trying to copy Apple's step backwards!! Why they can't understand that Apple is out of ideas and it's time someone take their place. Move forward, please.
Does it work properly in dark? And it would be great if more phones come with AR as I think AR is more useful than VR 2018 will be a great year for smartphones with innovation coming in form of security updates, AR will become mainstream, battery might get an update too with oreo as seen on xz1 and xz1 compact
If it is true then that would be truly pathetic. We android fans will have to bow our heads to the Apple fans and forever accept apple as the only true innovator.
Why would they waste their time copying Apple. I am all for adopting new technology that is amazing and useful. For example, fingerprint sensor was introduced by Apple and I will always recognize and respect that. But face detection seems less useful.
I hope Sony doesn't do this. At least I can take solace that Samsung won't.