No, Apple's Face ID Is Not A 'Secure Password' – Forbes


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No, Apple's Face ID Is Not A 'Secure Password'
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Apple has announced its new smartphone, iPhone X. The device is extremely expensive, starting at $999 ($1331/£999 in the UK), so potential buyers are asking themselves: Is it really worth it? One factor that might influence your decision is the fact
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