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Two non-twin brothers have tried Face ID and both have unlocked it

The iPhone X is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated things, regardless of the market, this year. Its arrival has been glorious and thousands of people have queued up at the Apple stores in their respective cities to try and get one in a physical store because they haven’t had much luck at the online store. One of the big news is Face ID, a facial recognition system that according to Apple is a step forward, but it seems that two brothers, not twins between them since they are several years apart, have been able to unlock both the iPhone X with Face ID.

A user uploaded it to Reddit and showed us in a video how he and his brother unlocked the iPhone X . The curious thing comes when Apple said that the probability that someone can unlock our terminal through Face ID is 1 in 1,000,000 which is an advance over the 50,000 of Touch ID so security should have been increased significantly.

Two non-twin brothers have tried Face ID and both have unlocked it
Two non-twin brothers have tried Face ID and both have unlocked it

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Not too many days ago we saw a video in which we could also appreciate how two brothers, in this case twins, could unlock the iPhone X using this facial recognition system. The funny thing, to say the least, is that Apple recommends us to use, in case we don’t want to make use of Face ID, to use a combination or conventional code like the one that has always been used which would mean not using one of the main features to buy a product of 1,000 or more dollars.

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