AnonD-337028, 26 Oct 2017Didn't the "reliable" feature fail during the keynote. Think it did if I recall.I don't know if you read an article or a news responding to what happened during the keynote. It was explained there why it was happened. If not you can try to search it for your self so you will know the reason behind it.
Anonymous, 26 Oct 2017You don't need to look far.. Twins can easily unlock each other phones.. Maybe even siblings w... moreWe'll see that when the phone is out. I'm excited to see a review whether twin can unlock each other's phone.
Am still dont get it,facial id yeahh is a good feature,but why need to remove touch id a.k.a fingerprint scanner,they shouldnt remove it in there first place,now that i call half baked innovation
Poor apple fans... not to hurt anyone. really. but I am sure this'll heartbreak them. ^^;
AnonD-337028, 26 Oct 2017Didn't the "reliable" feature fail during the keynote. Think it did if I recall.Nope.. You just didn't look close enough..
This sort or arrogance from apple wouldnÂ’t surprise me... Afterall when Johny Ive said we was using the phones too much because the batteryÂ’s wasnÂ’t lasting and that he wasnÂ’t concerned about battery life.
I'm still prefer fingerprint more than Face ID coz I dont want phone to unlock everytime I look at it. Only unlock when I want to use it, most of the time (
Marvin, 26 Oct 2017do take into account that this is a statistical probability. Actual reliability tests are not ... moreYou don't need to look far.. Twins can easily unlock each other phones.. Maybe even siblings with almost identical face can unlock the FaceID.. Meanwhile Twins CANNOT unlock TouchID because fingerprint is different even Twins
AnonD-693966, 26 Oct 2017People still buying iphones?Oh, they have about 13% of smartphone users as their 'base'
Regardless of the truth, Bloomberg should immediately respond to Apple.
Didn't the "reliable" feature fail during the keynote. Think it did if I recall.
Yann, 26 Oct 20171:1 000 000...hmmm. If the world population currently is 7 600 000 000, that means therre are ... moredo take into account that this is a statistical probability. Actual reliability tests are not possible at this magnitude, what it meas, is that in real life,most likely, a lot more that 8000 people will be able to unlock your phone