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An Apple executive just revealed tasty new details about Face ID we didn’t know

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Apple’s iPhone X is here, and with it comes a new controversial features: Face ID. While the Sept. 12 keynote at the Steve Jobs Theater touched on all the basics — like how users will unlock an iPhone without Touch ID — it still left a lot of questions unanswered about the facial-recognition technology.

Like, couldn’t a thief (or a police officer) just snatch the phone out of our hands and unlock it by pointing it at our shocked mugs? Thankfully, two days after the big reveal, Apple Senior VP Craig Federighi is here with some answers. 

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