Mom’s iPhone X unlocked via FaceID by son

November 15th, 2017   decode   Android 7.1

Tim Cook joked that the new FaceID of iPhone X can be unlocked by your twin. But it turns out that your kids can unlock it too. That’s what the Malik family found out when 10-year old Ammar unlocked his mom’s iPhone with no issues at all.

And he didn’t even need a fancy 3D printed mask as some security researchers have used to get past Apple’s new biometric security. He has his mom’s genes and that proved enough. Here, watch the mother and son team do a demo:

Apple claims that the chance of a random person unlocking the iPhone X via FaceID is 1 in 1,000,000, compared to 1 in 50,000…

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