Decoding Apple's Face ID

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Decoding Apple's Face ID
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The Apple iPhone X introduces a new biometric authentication method which requires facial recognition to unlock your smartphone. It is called Face ID. This succeeds the fingerprint-based biometric technology we had seen in the iPhones for many years now, called Touch ID. Essentially, with Face ID, your iPhone scans your face using the TrueDepth camera which sits just above the phone's screen and matches as many as 30,000 dots to make a reference mathematical model of the face being scanned to match it with the face you told Face ID was yours when setting up the iPhone X.

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