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What really happened with Apple's Face ID 'fail' onstage [UPDATED] - Yahoo Finance

Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, discusses features of the new iPhone X at the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple campus on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, in Cupertino, Calif. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez). More ...and more »

Apple's New iPhone X, iPhone 8 Models Hit the Target, Analysts Find - eWeek

So do the latest iPhones push smartphone technology far enough? Several IT analysts told eWEEK they will pass muster with buyers. iPhone X. Since Apple unveiled the upcoming iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphone models on Sept. 12, all eyes ...and more »

Face ID on the iPhone X: Everything you need to know about Apple's facial recognition - Macworld

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. Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy. Thank you. Your message has ...and more »

How Apple envisions phones without a Home button - Yahoo Finance

It seems as though Apple (AAPL) almost enjoys ripping away features we love. Apple was the first major computer company to kill off the dial-up modem. The floppy drive. In last year's iPhones, the headphone jack. I'll bet you anything that at some ...and more »

Apple iPhone X - PCMag

Updated design. Powerful processor. Excellent screen. First-of-its-kind augmented reality front camera. Animoji are really fun. Cons. Very expensive. Apps need to be reprogrammed to take advantage of display. Not the fastest modem. Bottom Line. The ...and more »

Apple's new Face ID system uses a sensing strategy that dates back decades - Popular Science

Apple's new face authentication system, called Face ID, uses several sensors, including an infrared camera and a dot projector. Apple. On Tuesday, in addition to three shiny new iPhone models, Apple announced Face ID, a slick new way for people to ...and more »

This Is the iPhone 8 You Should Buy - Gizmodo

It's that time of year again, folks, but this time shit's a little more complicated. Apple turned heads at the annual iPhone lovefest by introducing not just one, not two, but three new iPhones—one of which is a pricey monster we've addressed in ...and more »

7 ways the iPhone X copies Android phones - CNET

I've said it before: the new iPhone X nets a lot of firsts for Apple devices. That makes sense; it represents the tech giant's boldest, priciest handset yet. The thing is, many of these additions have been floating around on Android phones; some new ...and more »

iPhone X's Face ID challenge: Getting you to trust it - CNET

Since the invention of the password, you've been told to keep yours a secret. Now Apple wants your password to be your most public feature: your face. That may take some convincing. Most people probably haven't been exposed to facial recognition ...and more »

Apple's got the energy to cut your wires - Computerworld

Apple's decision to put its weight behind the Wireless Power Consortium's Qi wireless power standard will kick-start the entire industry, experts say. But what is it, how does it work, and where might we be going? Muscling in on wireless charging ...and more »