Well-connected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has already turned his focus to next year’s iPhones, claiming that Apple is waiting on the reaction to the iPhone X to see if all the 2018 models should feature Face ID, according to a report seen by 9to5Mac. Show More Summary
Is there a difference between Apple's and Microsoft's two facial-recognition technologies? Convenience and security are often at odds in the tech world, but that hasn't stopped most companies from attempting to fuse the two. With Microsoft, we have Windows Hello, a biometric system that can log you in with a fingerprint, or facial or iris scans. Show More Summary
Is Apple still working, as once rumored, on integrating a fingerprint scanner into the screens of its phones, or does the company plan to put Face ID in all future iPhones? According to a report from usually accurate analyst Ming-Chi...Show More Summary
KGI Securities is out today with a new report analyzing the future of Apple’s biometric technologies, specifically in the 2018 iPhones. Ming-Chi Kuo explains that under-display fingerprint technology still presents a technological hurdle for Apple, with it being more likely that the company invests more in Face ID… more…
With the launch of Face ID on iPhone X, and the subsequent removal of Touch ID, users are wondering whether future Apple devices will carry over the legacy fingerprint biometric solution or make the move to facial recognition. According...Show More Summary
Apple’s new Face ID technology appears only in the flagship iPhone X. This replaces Touch ID on that device, instead unlocking the phone via facial recognition. This has sparked some concern with users who have grown used to the speed and reliability of Touch ID and seen similar face recognition technologies fail. Show More Summary
The iPhone 8 may be available to purchase now, but that hasn't stopped everyone from talking about the soon-to-be-released iPhone X. This incredible all-screen, all-the-time model comes out on Oct. 27, but word on the street is it promises to be a tech device that fully responds to your voice, a tap — and even your appearance. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Robin Roberts a few hours before the launch of iOS 11, and spoke about the iPhone 8, the iPhone X, iOS 11, ARKit, and the legacy of Steve Jobs.
Apple media events are notoriously fine tuned and well-rehearsed, and more often than not, they go off without a hitch. Last week's iPhone X event, however, proved to be an exception to the rule. When Craig Federighi attempted to showcase the iPhone X's new Face ID feature for the first time, it didn't work and he was prompted for a passcode. Show More Summary
Apple’s official foray into facial recognition isn’t getting the buzz the company might have been hoping for. The post Apple’s Face ID Isn’t Getting the Recognition It Expected appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The iPhone X got a lot of buzz last week for many reasons, but one feature that really grabbed people's attention was Face ID – the facial recognition software used for unlocking the phone. Many expressed privacy concerns, including the head of the Senate privacy committee, who questioned how Apple would keep users 'faceprints' safe. Show More Summary
Don't worry, Apple made a shortcut to quickly disable Face ID in emergency situations.
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In its first big moment on stage during last week’s Apple Keynote, Face ID failed to unlock SVP Craig Federighi’s iPhone X, leading to all kinds of speculation that the new authentication system will be a disaster. Sitting down withShow More Summary
Apple has updated its App Store guidelines for developers looking to make use of the company’s new Face ID technology and ARKit framework, aiming to ensure that apps are providing a worthwhile experience rather than a single gimmick....Show More Summary
Since making its debut on the iPhone 5s a few years ago, Touch ID quickly became an indispensable and reliable part of the iPhone user experience. That being the case, it's only natural that some people are viewing the iPhone X's new Face ID feature with a healthy bit of skepticism. Show More Summary
Apple unveiled the iPhone X last week, and with it comes the A11 bionic chip, which features an industry-first neural engine built specifically for artificial intelligence (AI) tasks like Face ID's three-dimensional scanning. Huawei,...Show More Summary
The Chinese tech giant has released a video on its social media channels showing the company isn’t too impressed with the iPhone X’s Face ID and artifical intelligence technology. “Let’s face it, facial recognition isn’t for everyone. Show More Summary