It's important that people find these issues and Apple fixes them. Dismissing these videos does a disservice to everyone. FaceID is inherently less secure than TouchID, regardless of the numbers, simply for the fact that I can see when someone's face is more likely to match mine rather than if their fingerprints are close enough to match mine. Eventually that front facing camera gets good enough to match both facial features *and* do retinal scanning, but Apple has little reason to push for this unless it's clear to the public that FaceID needs work. The good news is that the iPhone X is full of potential. It's clearer to see where we go from here in improvements. FaceID is a technological feat and it requires improvement. Both of these are facts.