iPhone X – Face ID – ipasm.com
iPhone X is the 2017 leading version of the smart phone created and sold by Apple. iPhone X is pronounced as iPhone Ten and is the first iPhone to have a Face ID functionality containing sensors and cameras for unlocking the phone. The iPhone is locked until the owner looks at it and it knows the owner. What makes the Face ID probable is the cutting-edge technology contained in a small black strip area at the topmost part of the display known as the true depth camera system and it is composed of modern technology, consisting of an infrared camera, an illuminator camera and a dot projector and a proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, speaker, microphone, all contained in the true depth camera system area. How it works is that every time the owner looks at the iPhone X it notices the owner’s face with the flood illuminator even in the dark, the camera takes an image that the dot projector projects out, above 30,000 invisible dots are used to create the image in the dot pattern that is pushed through neural networks to create a mathematical model of the owner’s face and then check that mathematical model against the one that was stored by the owner during the setup to see if it match and then unlock the iPhone. The Face ID is more secured than the Finger Print ID.