Megan, 15 Nov 2017The cost of the 112 service is insane and add the hospital services if you are admitted throug... moreLuckily for me, I live in a part of the world where health care is seen as a collective insurance thing, so not paid by the individual patient, but all of us via our taxes.
TPAA, 15 Nov 2017I read the story about woman who got into her husbands phone, whilst he was a sleep and used h... moreIt's a great example of why fingerprint scanner is useless. The face/iris locks are also useless. They're just gimmicks. Their sole purpose is to advertise the new devices every year, so the manufacturers can resell basically the same devices (1-2 years makes only a minor difference between phones), in other words: marketing hype. They can be opened even if you sleep or don't work reliably in low light conditions or if you wear glasses, scarf (or you change the appearance of your face by some way). The PIN/passowrd/hidden pattern are the best locks.
Instead of these gimmicks, they should work on phones with removable battery and large camera sensor...
"it is a training issue with machine learning"
It takes 4-5 weeks to get to your place another 4-5 weeks to learn it well and by the time you start getting good results you have iPhone X plus will be ready another training session!! Machine learning
Technically it can never be a bug!
"you haven't trained it properly" blame the customer!!
Alright, so the mother set up a new face ID in good lightning circumstances and then it didnÂ’t work again. So what the problem? Just donÂ’t set up face ID in bad light. I still donÂ’t like face ID anyways because with a fingerprint the phone is already unlocked in my pocket while this requires to look at it, and swipe. Last Monday I had a hands on experience with the iphone X and it wasnÂ’t all that great. ItÂ’s an overpriced hype on which I would never spend my money on because it simply lacks too many features for that price. But everyone can choose his or her own favorite phone to buy. Nevertheless, itÂ’s a bit exaggerated with all the messages about fooling fave ID, I think it works well just not as fast. And itÂ’s probably rather secure to use too.
Auouywons, 15 Nov 2017Face recogniton is the least secure for me, even if it senses depth, because face has the most... moreI have the iPhone 8 and I love it. But what you said about the X is absolutely true.
3D mask √
What next? Face unlock from KitKat era is more secure than this.
I think Apple should fix this problem. Of they don't , then these face fooling recognition will be a bigger trend!!!!!!!
Why does everybody believe in every single thing they see on the internet? Because they want it to be like that. People like more to see someone fail than succeed.
Do you also believe that there is a blonde Milf waiting to get to know you? Seems legit
Mike Greene, 15 Nov 2017Latest news confirms that the iPhone X doesnÂ’t actually need the TrueDepth camera kit in its ... moreYeah, but I didnt use that to my comment, because there are some theories about it like: truedepth sensors already sensed the depth of field before they covered the sensors, so the front cam was sufficient for it to continue functioning; there are also so many sersors in that notch and i'm not really sure if they covered all the needed sensors for animoji to function; and many more theories. I was about to use that also after watching MKBHD's review of iphone x, but I hesitated and tried to look for it on other sites before posting.
Mike Greene, 15 Nov 2017Just one question,, who are you trying to defend by that long essay and who are you trying to ... moreHere's what we didn't see in the video: they "could" have successfully recalibrated the FaceID without us, viewers, knowing. Again, Ammar does not need to know his mom's PIN to recalibrate his mom's FaceID. Without being shared or shown of his mom's PIN, his mom could just enter the PIN the first few times for him when the phone errors during FaceID unlocking phase and after the phone asks them to key in the PIN.
But based on the video, it seems it is genuine there's no "drama" like what I have been imagining. I don't work for any phone company. Who knows exactly how FaceID's recalibration algorithm works, that is, if it has an algo? O.o?
Eske Rahn, 15 Nov 2017Well do you REALLY need to unlock your phone if your have a smashed face with or without detac... moreThe cost of the 112 service is insane and add the hospital services if you are admitted through the 112 in the documents. You must always use your health care emergency insurance number and save literally more than one thousand of euros or more. At least you are so injured that you can't even unlock your phone, never use the emergency call if it is not strictly necessary and as a last option.
Gandalfdenvite, 15 Nov 2017iPhone X gives kids... access to the owners bank-account..., Apple Pay, that is far worse than... moreyou can disable it on iphone if i'm correct. While the screen issues on the pixel are permanent.
Auouywons, 15 Nov 2017Face recogniton is the least secure for me, even if it senses depth, because face has the most... moreLatest news confirms that the iPhone X doesnÂ’t actually need the TrueDepth camera kit in its notch for Animoji, a selfie camera is all what's needed for it. So that excuse is also baseless now.
"This is so embarrassing !!?? Apple what's up? Once again somebody just spent lot of money and time and now you are robbing it back from customer by selling sluggish features..."
All these features are gimmicks. Surprised people fall for it....
Be Nice To Others, 15 Nov 2017Fingerprint Scanner was a success (not perfect during its first debut, but as a security biome... moreNot the most common scenario *LOL* But generalised I guess what should be requested was some emergency call sIri functionality that could be woken up without ANY prior identification.
(preferably enabling the GPS so it could send your position too)
TPAA, 15 Nov 2017I read the story about woman who got into her husbands phone, whilst he was a sleep and used h... moreWell that's why I've disabled fps in my phone and just use iris, it can never be misused while I'm sleeping. Tho it doesn't mean I'm cheating...
Alien , 15 Nov 2017Yeah, but your iris is in some database somewhere, maybe going to be used for God knows what :... moreIris and fingerprints are just stored in the phone itself and never be shared, they are encrypted and can't be obtained. Unless your govt is taking your iris and fingerprint info for banking and other facilities, they can't be misused, not in the case of phones atleast