Here's What Apple Says It's Doing to Protect Your Privacy With iPhone X's Face ID

In mid-September, Apple unveiled its new Face ID facial recognition system , which is due to debut with the iPhone X on Nov. 3. The system lets users unlock their phones just by glancing at them, but has also raised privacy questions and some anxieties over whether someone could force you to unlock your phone by pointing it at your face.On Wednesday, Apple offered in-depth explanations about the pains it's taking to protect your privacy in an update to its website.Here's what you need to know about how Face ID works and the precautions Apple has taken for privacy and security.  Continue reading...

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