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Apple Says Face ID Is 20 Times More Secure Than Touch ID

28 September 2017

In spite of the much publicised short queues and underwhelming reception to the iPhone 8's launch, sales of Apple's new handset are in line with expectations.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) - a San Francisco-based worldwide digital rights non-profit - says new features included in Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone X unveiled in September, like facial recognition and machine learning, mean "Apple is collecting more data than it ever has before". These new details precede the maket release of the iPhone X by about one month. And yes, India is one of them.

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Bullish Apple analysts expect the company's 11th-generation smartphones to kick off a "supercycle" of upgrade activity among iPhone users. Further, because the iPhone X does away with the large bezels, the iPhone X can actually fit a larger usable display into a footprint not much larger than the iPhone 6. DxOMark gave the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 a score of 92. No really, think about it. In fact, DxOMark found after exhaustive tests that the Apple iPhone 8 Plus sports the "best camera we've ever tested".

The former will not be stymied by hats, scarves, glasses, contact lenses, and sunglasses, as well as different lighting conditions (including total darkness). Yes you get fingerprints all around it but all of them wipe off easily. Apple should strive to endow each new generation of chips with compelling new features and capabilities.

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Apple now employs a method of making datasets with "differential privacy", meaning those sets are anonymized to avoid maintaining a database full of private information susceptible to leaks. I sadly didn't have any wireless charging pads on me but I am confident that it works flawlessly. The company will also launch an exclusive tariff plan for the two Apple smartphones.

Opinion is divided on if the phone is simply more overpriced technology from Apple or a sign the company is pushing up prices.

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It didn't work during Apple's September 12 event - at least initially, when senior vice president Craig Federighi tried and failed to demonstrate Face ID for the crowd before switching phones. The new "Portrait Lighting" now enhances the portraits taken by the smartphone by adding some really interesting studio-like lighting effects. Portrait Lighting allows users to change the lighting effect on photos. "Everytime you go online, you hope your data isn't being captured or used without your permission". But, is it flawless? Basically the neural engine brings a learning curve to the iPhones. The device also features a new, all-screen design and improved dual lens camera with augmented reality smarts. The UI is super smooth and fluid. Then, when you try to log into your phone or a third-party app that accepts Face ID as a login mechanism, the Face ID system will again make a mathematical representation of what it sees, and compare it to the one you enrolled in the first place. The delays may have been a contributing factor in a decision by Apple to ask suppliers to withhold some shipments for iPhone X devices, as reported by Digitimes.

Apple Says Face ID Is 20 Times More Secure Than Touch ID