Face ID: Another Reminder Of The Paradox Of Security
HWM Malaysia|January 2018

Because convenience and safety don’t go together.

Marcus Wong

Perhaps one of the biggest changes Apple made with the iPhone X was the introduction of Face ID. Instead of scanning a fingerprint (or two), now you use your entire face to gain access, as the new TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X will “project and analyze more than 30,000 invisible dots to create a precise depth map of your face,” which is then used to create a series of 2D images and depth maps that are safely stored in what Apple calls the Secure Enclave on your phone.

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