Remember the “Face ID” fail of the iPhone X in Apple event?
Well actually it’s not!
Apple now has shared what exactly had happened in the event
to Yahoo. According to the statement, the iPhone X that was used in the demo
was used by several people before Craig Federighi. And when it did not recognized
those people, it moved to a situation to enter a pass code.
Remember the “Face ID” fail of the iPhone X in Apple event? Well actually it’s not!
Let us be clear this way: when someone tries to unlock an iOS
device with a wrong Finger-Print for 5 times, it prompts to enter a pass-code –
same is the case here. It already moved to a situation to enter a pass-code
because of the wrong Face-ID of different people.

Here is how Apple explains the situation:
People were handling the device for stage demo ahead of
time,” says a rep, “and didn’t realize Face ID was trying to authenticate their
face. After failing a number of times, because they weren’t Craig, the iPhone
did what it was designed to do, which was to require his pass-code.” In other
words, “Face ID worked as it was designed to.”
What you guys have to say about this debatable Face-ID fail?