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We Put The iPhone X's Face ID To Test With Twins

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Published on Oct 31, 2017

Business Insider has gotten an exclusive look at the iPhone X, and naturally, we tried to beat its facial recognition feature by having one twin register his face and the other try to break in.

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Greg: Greg Fieber, 36 years old.

Brian: Brian Fieber, 36 years old. When we meet people initially, they always do a double-take and are unable to tell us apart.

Greg: Twin #1. Yup. Twin #2. Nope. Negative. Yeah, you can't fool the iPhone X.

Brian: I was pretty shocked that the iPhone X could really pick apart the details between me and my brother considering some of our own family members can’t tell us apart. So, yeah, it was a pleasant surprise knowing that Brian can't break into my iPhone X and I can’t break into my brother's.

Greg: I agree.

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