As the iPhone X has made the biggest technological leap for Apple smartphones in several years, a United Kingdom-based analytics firm has done the math to figure out just how much it costs to build.
Hackers at a Vietnamese cybersecurity firm say the iPhone X's Face ID biometric security feature is less secure than Apple says -- and claims to have fooled it with a mask made from $150 in supplies.
The future of the smartphone, as Apple calls the iPhone X, means breaking old habits. With no more home button, this means replacing presses with swipes and fingerprint ID with facial recognition.
As the FBI struggled to access the Texas church shooter's iPhone, the FBI did not ask Apple for assistance in the first 48 hours after the shooting -- critical timing, as Touch ID sensors could have been used.
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