Face ID: Closed eyes did not protect iPhone X from unlocking
Face ID: Closed eyes did not protect iPhone X from unlocking

Face ID: Closed eyes did not protect iPhone X from unlocking

Face ID: Closed eyes did not protect iPhone X from unlocking As an employee of the company explained at the presentation, the new iPhone X smartphone certainly knows whether you are looking at it or not. The so-called “attention control” system is required, inter alia, not to unlock the gadget during sleep. However, the journalist working in the online edition of Gizmodo was able to deceive Face ID technology: she pretended to be sleeping and successfully unlocked the device. The hacker used a special make-up containing titanium dioxide. It “erases” most wrinkles from the face. Apply this component in a number of creams that protect against the sun, to reflect infrared radiation. In this case, laser light was reflected. Makeup decently \Apple is already analyzing a similar unlocking technique. \

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