The boy, Ammar Malik, was simply trying to get a look at his mother's newly purchased iPhone X. However, upon picking it up, the phone logged him straight in, past the biometrically protected lock screen.
Attaullah Malik, the husband of Sherwani, pointed out some flaws in a LinkedIn post that led his son to unlock the iPhone X of his wife. Some security researchers have already claimed to have fooled Face ID with 3D-printed masks.
More importantly, imagine the privacy implications if Ammar was the one with the phone, and he was six or seven years older than he is now; no teenager wants their parent (s) to be able to access their smartphone at will.
According to Wired, the son was able to unlock his mother's phone after she first registered her face. However, she chose to further test things by registering all over again under indoor night-time lighting, similar to the first time.
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If in case Face ID doesn't recognise a face, it presents a passcode input to users. It was proven earlier that it can be unlocked easily by an identical twin.
Some of the important Changes or updates actually started on the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus among-st other updates, the most popular and in particular, the change from Touch ID to Face ID arrived on the iPhone X! Lets take a Look at the Mask! In the end, iPhone X recognized this face the owner of the mobile device. But in this case, both the parents are clearly saying that no one ever entered the iPhone X's passcode which means the TrueDepth camera hasn't captured any improvements in regards to Face ID. A video produced by the security firm Bkav shows Face ID being hacked by a mask. Meanwhile, there's also some "special processing done on the cheeks and around the face" where there are large areas of skin, and the nose is created from silicone.
Meanwhile, when the executive Phil Schiller was introducing the iPhone X, he publicly said Apple's engineers had worked with professional mask makers and makeup artists in Hollywood to protect against attempts to beat Face ID.