After Apple announced a series of sensors capable of measuring your face down to the finest detail, the security world instantly warned of the repercussions. Police could force users to unlock the iPhone X with their face, the data could be stolen, marketers may use it to gauge your feelings about an app or advertisement. These were the most common concerns, but not the only ones. For Apple’s part, it did a great job at not only ensuring the public its data was safe, but going above and beyond standard industry practices to ensure them it was. The data would… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPhone,Apple
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