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Apple says rumors of Face ID’s accuracy in improving production are false

Rumors are something that have been going around in Apple’s gut since it was founded and became known as a brand within the electronics industry whose main objective was to innovate today’s technology. The latest system they have made for this purpose is Face ID, a facial recognition software improved to any previous, the iPhone X is having a somewhat slow production and many point their finger at the 3D sensor mentioned above and recently a rumor has surfaced saying that Apple had simplified Face ID to improve the production of the terminal, but the same company has said that the rumors are false.

It was time for Cupertino’s company to speak out and put aside all these rumors and hoaxes that are circulating on the Internet today. They have clarified the matter by saying that Face ID has not received any change in its facial recognition quality and that once it is released this will be the gold standard for the function it is intended for.

Apple says rumors of Face ID’s accuracy in improving production are false
Apple says rumors of Face ID’s accuracy in improving production are false

As we said at the beginning, the rumor in question basically said that the apple was making a lower quality Face ID in order to meet the great demand that will have the iPhone X which will be available for booking the day after tomorrow October 27th , as we have seen on the official website of Apple.

Although Face ID may not be a problem in production, conflicts in the process still exist and that is why there will only be 3 million iPhone X units ready for sale worldwide against 40 to 50 million demand.

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