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Apple is offering a nifty way to unlock its new iPhone X – just stare at it. Face ID, Apple's name for its facial recognition technology, replaces the fingerprint sensor found on other models.The iPhone X costs about $1,000: $300 more than the iPhone 8 .BETTER FACE DETECTIONMany rival Android phones already use facial recognition technology. RECOGNIZING YOUI tested the iPhone X against Samsung's iris scanner on the Galaxy Note 8, and face systems on Google's Pixel 2 and LG's V30 phones.That said, Face ID unlocked with just one of the two sunglasses I tried – the other was too big.I didn't try to fool the iPhone into unlocking with someone else's face.Apple says Face ID could be unreliable with twins and other siblings who look like you, as well as for children under 13 – though young children don't really need a $1,000 phone.Apple ditches it completely, so Face ID is the only alternative to a passcode.
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