Apple fails the first public test of the Face ID, what really happened?
During the presentation of the Face ID, one of the most anticipated of the iPhone X, something has gone transfer and the first award is not successful. What really happened?
During the first public test of the Face ID, Craig Federichi found himself in an uncomfortable situation, since recognition did not work at the first shot.
As the more observant of you will have noticed, the malfunction was not caused by incorrect use on the part of Federighi, or from some bug of the Face ID. Simply, the phone was just restarted, and in these cases, the iOS requires a first and only unlock with a password. Not surprisingly, after entering the password, and turned off the display, the Face ID worked properly.
From the first tests carried out by several reporters, in fact, the Face ID is released and promoted, with acknowledgements reliable and fast. the Face ID has a series of sensors that work even in the dark, and create a 3D map of the user's face. Possible errors are only 1 in 1 million (via Touch ID were 1 in 50,000). Clearly, for a judgment in-depth you will need to test it thoroughly. Sure, yesterday was just a small forgetfulness...
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