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With the launch of Face ID on iPhone X, and the subsequent removal of Touch ID, users are wondering whether Apple's legacy fingerprint biometric solution is dead in the water. According to one analyst, that answer depends as much on the public reception of the new facial recognition system as it does technical hurdles involving an under-screen Touch ID system. [Read More]
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KGI Securities is out today with a new report analyzing the future of Apple's biometric technologies, specifically in the 2018 iPhones. Ming-Chi Kuo explains that under-display fingerprint te…... [Read More]
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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo this afternoon published a new research note for investors where he speculates about what Apple might do in... [Read More]
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Apple's (AAPL) apparent Face ID feature malfunction at the mega event last week has allowed the tech giant's competitors to take potshots at it. [Read More]
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Expect a trickle-down effect, as tech similar to Face ID becomes offered outside of Apple. [Read More]
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Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Robin Roberts a few hours before the launch of iOS 11, and spoke about the iPhone 8, the iPhone X, iOS 11, ARKit, and the legacy of Steve Jobs. [Read More]
Face ID is fancy—but is it a more secure way to unlock your iPhone X? [Read More]
Face recognition technology creates serious legal, cultural and philosophical problems, writes Kade Crockford. Turn it off. [Read More]
Apple media events are notoriously fine tuned and well-rehearsed, and more often than not, they go off without a hitch. Last week's iPhone X event, however, proved to be an exception to the rule. [Read More]
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New iTunes update removes sync option using Mac or Windows There are an estimated 10,000 new AR apps that will debut with the launch of iOS 11 which take advantage of the latest AR technology.When your iPhone restarts it will prompt you to go through setup and you will be able to restore from a backup or start as a new iPhone."Streaming of audio/video content may also violate Terms of Use, so be sure... [Read More]
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The iPhone X got a lot of buzz last week for many reasons, but one feature that really grabbed people's attention was Face ID – the facial recognition software used for unlocking the phone. Many expressed privacy concerns, including the head of the Senate privacy committee, who questioned how Apple would keep users 'faceprints' safe. The idea of your phone knowing what you look like is a little creepy, but we might have to get used to it. A forecast by Acuity Market Intelligence suggests that by 2019 all smartphones will have some type of biometric technology. As... [Read More]
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Don't worry, Apple made a shortcut to quickly disable Face ID in emergency situations. [Read More]
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Don't worry, Apple made a shortcut to quickly disable Face ID in emergency situations. [Read More]
An interview with Craig Federighi on Face ID reveals the answers to many of those burning questions we've had about the iPhone X's new tech. [Read More]
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This bizarre Facebook video teases Huawei's upcoming phone. [Read More]
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This bizarre Facebook video teases Huawei's upcoming phone. [Read More]
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Facial recognition was perhaps the most talked-about feature of the new iPhone, but the folks at Huawei aren't impressed.  The company laughed at Apple in a Facebook video that served as a reminder that Huawei, too, has a new phone coming.  SEE ALSO: Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 might copy a feature the iPhone's had since 2015 In the video, Huawei dubs their new device #TheRealAIPhone. "Let's face it, facial recognition isn't for everyone," the company's Facebook message says.  Huawei launches the Mate 10 in October, so I suppose we'll then see how... [Read More]
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Why the new face recognition system on iPhone X isn't more secure than Touch ID. [Read More]
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Why the new face recognition system on iPhone X isn't more secure than Touch ID. [Read More]
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Since making its debut on the iPhone 5s a few years ago, Touch ID quickly became an indispensable and reliable part of the iPhone user experience. That being the case, it's only natural that some people are viewing the iPhone X's new Face ID feature with a healthy bit of skepticism. [Read More]
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