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New iPhone face unlocking tech sparks privacy fears

Daily Mail Online / ScienceTech 124 sources

Experts warned that the new technology has the potential be abused by thieves, forcing iPhone X owners to unlock their phones to steal information and wipe them to sell.

iPhone X: new Apple smartphone dumps home button for all-screen design

The Guardian

New model with 3 November release date promises better cameras, ability to unlock with facial recognition, animated emojis, longer battery life and wireless charging

Apple iPhone X adopts facial recognition and OLED screen

BBC / Technology

The new handset has an edge-to-edge screen and uses facial recognition to check owners' IDs.

iPhone X hands-on: High price, new screen, no home button

CNET

The brand new iPhone X -- that's pronounced "ten," by the way, not "ex" -- is a phone of firsts for Apple. The 5.8-inch OLED screen isn't just larger, it also uses a different technology that Apple says will make colors absolutely pop. It…

Can Apple Unlock Promise of Facial Recognition?

Face ID will be the primary tool to unlock the nearly $1,000 iPhone X, which is scheduled to start shipping Nov. 3. If Apple can get it right, the company could popularize a technology that has had a mixed record on other gadgets.

Apple's facial-recognition tech spurs privacy concerns

CBS News / MoneyWatch

At $1,000, it's the most revolutionary device since the first iPhone -- but one feature may be too creepy for consumers

Watch Apple's demo of facial recognition on the iPhone X fail

CNBC / U.S.

Apple's iPhone X features face unlock, but it failed during a demo on stage.

Game of Thrones Fans Are Trolling the iPhone X with Arya Stark Memes

WCVB.com

A girl has many faces ... that can unlock the iPhone X.

You'll Love Unlocking Your iPhone X With Your Face. So Will Police Trying to Access It.

Slate Magazine

It takes a lot of selling points to justify a $1,000 phone, and one of the most enticing features of Apple’s new iPhone X is Face ID, which unlocks your phone by simply looking at you. It is also the creepiest.

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