You might be using Face ID wrong – here’s how you fix it
Face ID is one of the iPhone X's best features, and we'll see every other company in the industry copy it in the coming years. Computers will be smart enough to recognize our faces and voices, and automatically log us into devices and apps as we open them. Face ID has no rival in the mobile business right now, but things will change come next year when more smartphone makers will utilize 3D sensors in depth-sensing face recognition modules.
But you might be using Face ID wrong, and it’s time you fixed it. We've talked about it in the past, but what brought it to my attention again was Lewis Hilsenteger’s recent video titled DON’T Buy the iPhone X — I guess the caps are really needed to drive that point home.
Face ID is one of the reasons why he says you should avoid the $1,000 iPhone X and buy something significantly cheaper. But he’s wrong in his approach.
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