iPhone X failed in its very first demo of Face ID security during the live presentation at the launch on Tuesday. Now, Apple has clarified what exactly happened during the live presentation.
In the first attempt of unlocking the phone through Face ID, what happened was not as expected. It was an embarrassing moment, which drew a lot of opposition from the tech community. Now, in a report to Yahoo, Apple has explained that it wasn’t the phone’s fault.
While demonstrating the accuracy of the iPhone X’s brand-new, ultra-intelligent Face ID authentication system, Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi presented himself to show how easy and fast it is to use. But unfortunately, Federighi’s first try to unlock the phone on stage was unsuccessful. The passcode screen popped up just at the moment. He then picked up a second iPhone X, wiped his face and the feature worked successfully.
However, it doesn’t seem to be an omission by the company’s replacement for Touch ID at all. In fact, Face ID performed perfectly. But because of somebody at Apple, made the phone’s set up incorrect and this appeared. Well, as per the backend settings, the pop-up was exactly it was supposed to.
Have a close look at the statement-
The internet is now filled with trolls and Twitter has torn the FaceID.
Of course, it’s a person’s concern who will spend Rs.1 Lakh after iPhone X, his money must not go in vain.
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) September 13, 2017
Go to Hong Kong, buy a new iPhone X, come back to India and save money