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Face ID might be using vein-matching tech to differentiate between twins

[2019-03-14 12:25:06]

Apple may have a solution for false positives with identifying identical twins for Face ID in the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, by taking into account where veins are located in the face.

Face ID might be using vein-matching tech to differentiate between twins


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