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Tech & Science Apple introduces ‘Face ID’ for iPhone X

22:51  12 september  2017
22:51  12 september  2017 Source:

What you need to know about Apple's new iPhone 8

  What you need to know about Apple's new iPhone 8 While there's a whole lot of excitement surrounding Apple's new iPhone X, the tech giant has also unveiled the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus at today's event. It's here: What you need to know about Apple's new iPhone X that unlocks with Face ID The phones have a glass front and back, and will feature wireless charging, Apple confirmed today, using the Qi standard. The new phone will be 64GB, with a 256GB version available too. The price is $699, while the iPhone 8 Plus is out for $799. People can preorder from 15 September and they'll be available from 22 September.

Apple introduces ‘ Face ID ’ for iPhone X . by Tristan Greene — in Apple . The Face ID feature will work with Apple Pay, and has third party developer support as well. It’ll be interesting to see how the technology is used in non- Apple apps.

Apple introduced Face ID with the iPhone X , a new way to secure the phone. You have questions and we'll have the answers in this FAQ.

  Apple introduces ‘Face ID’ for iPhone X © Provided by The Next Web Apple today confirmed the iPhone X will feature facial recognition technology dependent upon a new “true depth camera system” including an infrared camera, flood illuminator, dot projector, and proximity sensor.

The Face ID feature will work in low light situations and, according to Apple, there’s only a one in a million chance another face (unless you have an evil twin) can unlock your device.

Every time you look at your iPhone X it detects your face. The feature will allow users to unlock devices simply by looking at them, essentially letting iPhone owners to use their face as a password.

The device features a built-in neural engine to process users’ faces. This allows the iPhone X to learn your face and increase security.

The Face ID feature will work with Apple Pay and has 3rd party support as well.

To use Face ID you just raise your phone, look at it, and swipe up. The feature worked almost instantaneously during the Apple demonstration.

Netflix adds HDR support for iPhone 8, iPhone X, and iPad Pro .
Netflix is adding high dynamic range (HDR) support to more mobile devices. Now, thanks to the release of iOS 11, iPhone users suffering from FOMO can get in on the action too. You'll be able to binge watch in Dolby Vision HDR on the newly launched iPhone 8, 8Plus, and the upcoming iPhone X. Along with Apple's new smartphones, iPad Pro (2nd-gen) owners will also receive the bump in picture quality -- that goes for both the 10.5 and 12.9 inch models of the tablet.

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