Apple’s foolproof Face ID system looks like it has met its match.
Who said it was foolproof? Not Apple. After iPhone X and Face ID debuted a year ago a few people found that two faces could be used to unlock an iPhone. Apple says about one in a million. How many have you read about? A dozen or more? How many iPhone X models shipped in the past year? 80-million?
Last year we saw a couple sets of twins try to fool Face ID with mixed results. Some twins couldn’t trick the feature while others could. Some hackers managed to trick Face ID with a cheap mask too. So the bottomline is, even though Face ID is more secure than Touch ID, it’s still not perfect.
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