iPhone X Face ID decoded by Apple’s Senior VP Craig Federighi: Report
Saturday, 16 September 2017 () The conversation around Apple iPhone X Face ID refuses to settle as we now hear more details about the new biometric system from Senior Vice President Craig Federighi. With Apple iPhone X, the company has not only adapted OLED display panels for the first time, but also ditched the proprietary TouchID for Face ID. In a conversation with 9to5Mac, Federighi briefs how the company developed and trained Face ID to match up with security standards set by TouchID. According to the report quoting Federighi, Apple worked on Face ID for several years before introducing it on iPhone X. Incidentally, the Vice President took the stage at the Apple Event earlier this week to demo the Face ID, which was quickly
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