Foreign Affairs
iPhone X – works by recognising your features

Apple has revealed the latest model of its Smartphone which has various innovative functions. The iPhone X, or as it is also known the iPhone 10, uses facial recognition of its owner’s features to access it, instead of fingerprints.

Apple said that the FaceID also works in the dark through the use of infrared, pointing out that it is more difficult to fool this mobile, which used to happen with the old system of TouchID.

This is Apple’s most expensive model and in fact the 64 gigabyte version will cost $999 when it comes out on sale on 3 November. The 256 GB version will cost $1,149.


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