Why the iPhone X's Face ID is a terrible way to secure your data

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Why the iPhone X's Face ID is a terrible way to secure your data
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Family pictures, personal emails, those salacious WhatsApp messages, and even banking apps are all vulnerable once your phone is unlocked. Apps like Apple Pay and Android Pay allow you to flash your phone instead of your credit card, so theoretically anyone with access to your unlocked iPhone can spend an unlimited amount, although Android currently set a limit of £30 in the UK per transaction. The iPhone X will allow users to use Face Id to authorise transactions instead of PIN, and Android is expected to follow suit with something similar soon.

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