The US Senate is asking questions about Apple's new facial-recognition feature on the iPhone X – Business Insider


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The US Senate is asking questions about Apple's new facial-recognition feature on the iPhone X
Business Insider
Apple's new iPhone X doesn't have a fingerprint sensor. Instead it uses a new kind of facial-recognition technology Apple calls Face ID to unlock the phone. Following the company's Tuesday event where it unveiled the phone, Sen. Al Franken wants some …
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