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10-year-old boy unlocks mom's Apple iPhone X using Face ID

15 November 2017

Later on, the mother reregistered her face under different lighting, her son was no longer able to unlock her phone. The interesting part is that the phone's security was set up by her Face ID. They were naturally shocked and found it amusing at first, but later grew concerned at the repercussions of having your child get easy access to your phone.

According to the Wired, the 10-year-old kid did not just unlocked his mother's phone, but after discovering that he was able to breach phone's security on his mother's phone, he tried hands on another iPhone X, which was of his father, and succeeded there too. She then reregistered the third time in dimmer lighting to replicate her initial registration, and then, her son was able to unlock the phone again.

This questions Apple's claims that Face ID is more secure than Touch ID since it is hard to believe that the son would be able to bypass Touch ID on his parents' other iPhones under any given conditions.

A family from Staten Island, New York posted a YouTube video showing a 10-year-old boy unlocking his mom's new iPhone X with Face ID.

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We've reached out to Apple for comment and will update with a response. A lot of Identical Twin's once did it, it worked for some and Not for others.

In their documentation, Apple says the possibility of a person using their face to unlock a user's iPhone X is 1:1,000,000. Lets take a Look at the Mask! But in a shocker, a 10-year-old accidentally unlocked his mother's iPhone using his face which was not even registered in the phone.

Mr Ngo Tuan Anh, the company's vice president of cybersecurity, said the team created the mask using a combination of "3D printing with make-up and 2D images" to dupe the facial recognition system.

In Less than a week after receiving the iPhone X on the 5th of November, they were able to byPass the Face ID! For additional protection, Face ID allows only five unsuccessful match attempts before a passcode is required to obtain access to your iPhone.

10-year-old boy unlocks mom's Apple iPhone X using Face ID