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The iPhone X’s Face ID has one real vulnerability: Your kids

The iPhone X comes with the most secure facial recognition system available on a mobile device right now, miles ahead of the next best thing. There’s one chance in a million for someone else’s face to unlock your device, Apple said on stage and in a white paper describing Face ID. But if you’ve got kids under the age of 13, they might be able to unlock your device, as the following video proves.
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