Dave Hamilton and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet talk share their insight on concerns about third-party app developer’s access to the iPhone X Face ID sensors, plus they have some great Live Photos tips, too.
Only 20 million iPhone X in 2017? Good luck getting yours this year.
Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering gives plenty of insight and details about the new technology, which should set many people’s minds at ease.
Conan O’Brien has the unaired footage of Craig Federighi’s Face ID Q&A session with audience members at this week’s iPhone X launch event, and by “footage” we mean “opening sketch for the Conan Show.” The questions are absolutely fantastic and exactly what you’d expect from random audience members. It’s also a great example of just how mainstream Apple, the iPhone, and Apple’s media events have become. The video is just over a minute and a half long and worth checking out.
If you’re worried about Face ID failing when you try to unlock your iPhone X because you’re wearing sunglasses, don’t be.
Apple didn’t ignore accessibility features in the iPhone X, but you might be able to argue it didn’t give them as much forethought and attention as it should have.
Apple says what looked like a Face ID demonstration failure at the iPhone X unveiling was actually the feature working exactly as it should.