Apple explained the problem with Face ID on the presentation of the iPhone X

On the Web continue to discuss the feal that happened with Craig Federigi (Craig Federighi) during the presentation of Face ID recognition system. Recall, his test sample refused to unblock after several attempts, after which his (device) had to be replaced by another, which, fortunately, was more "communicative". The explanation was quick: the smartphone was restarted before the presentation, and the reboot requires entering a password. But Apple officials explained the embarrassment differently. According to the interlocutor from the camp of the company, from Cupertino, the sample was taken by other people who did not suspect that Face ID was trying to count their face and unlock the phone.



After two unsuccessful attempts (for Touch ID, by the way, there were five of them), the security system asked for a password to confirm the identity. In this way, Face ID worked exactly as it should, and there should not be any problems with it. There should be no problems with working in the dark infrared sensors), when the owner wears a hat or glasses (neural networks). As will be in practice, we learn from November 3. It is this day that will become the date of appearance of the premium iPhone X on sale.

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