We've rounded up six attempts to fool Apple iPhone X's Face ID:
Ever since Apple announced the iPhone X (with the Face ID) back in September, the question on everyone's mind was - can someone trick it? When people actually got hold of their new phones, twins across the world began putting the slick new feature to test. And it failed. To be fair, in a security document in November, Apple admits it's possible to have a false match in case of twins, siblings that look like you and children under 13.
Like Mother like son
Mom Sana Sherwani and her son Ammar Malik put the Face ID to test and were shocked when 10-year-old Ammar managed to open his mother's iPhone X with a glance. Don't miss his triumphant dab at the end!
After a full face of makeup
James Charles, an American makeup artist, put on a full face of makeup, big lashes and dramatic wigs and no surprises, the phone unlocked every time. However, in the comments section, many argued that the feature recognises the features of the face and not what's on it. Apple, in the security paper, also said that the phone can defend against "attempts to unlock your phone with photos or masks" and James Charles' attempt to open the phone using his photo goes unsuccessful in the video.
Just like the previous version, a face plastered with some facepack would obviously open your phone as it doesn't alter your facial features in any way. Anyway, this video makes for a fun watch!
Siblings, not twins
In this video, two brothers, not twins, managed to open the phone using Face ID and we're not sure what happened here.
With a 3D-printed mask
Perhaps the most shocking, Vietnamese researchers Bkav Corp recently claimed to have tricked the technology using a 3D-printed mask despite Apple's assurance that the phone can detect a real face from the mask.
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