Apple Says Reports of Compromised iPhone X Face ID Accuracy Are Fake News

A report that made the rounds yesterday pointed out that Apple lowered the requirements for the facial recognition components on the iPhone X in order to speed up production, as all of its suppliers had a hard time reaching required manufacturing levels given the complex nature of the parts.

Bloomberg noted that by reducing specifications of Face ID, Apple compromised its accuracy, though no specifics as to what degree the technology has been impacted were provided.

But in a public response issued recently, Apple explains that these are just false claims, as the company hasn’t made such a decision and, what’s more important, Face ID will continue to be at least as secure as announced at the iPhone 8 and X unveiling event on September 12.

“Customer excitement for iPhone X and Face ID has been incredible, and we can’t wait for customers to… (read more)

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