Here is the perfect response to this thread.https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-25/inside-apple-s-struggle-to-get-the-iphone-x-to-market-on-time
Didn't see any posts on this yet.
I don't think anyone personally attacked you. I think others are questioning the article itself and the validity behind it.Well don't attack the messenger, I'm just giving the info. Take it as you will. In defense of Bloomberg reporting, even Steve Jobs respected them. No need for the rudeness.
The way they’re describing it kind of throws me off here. The Face ID “system” is a collection of sensors/cameras combined with software. Sounds more specifically like they’re claiming the dot projector isn’t as accurate?The company let suppliers reduce accuracy of the phone’s Face ID system to speed up production.
Exactly. It sounds strange that Apple order was to "reduce FaceID accuracy". What they probably did was to change the accuracy requirements for one or more of the sensors involved in the technology. We don't know how this will affect the final system. As far as we know, an improvement in the machine learning software could compensate for the less precise sensors...The way they’re describing it kind of throws me off here. The Face ID “system” is a collection of sensors/cameras combined with software. Sounds more specifically like they’re claiming the dot projector isn’t as accurate?
Guess we’ll see next week.
it will still be more accurate than every fingerprint sensor out there. sooo who cares?Don't drop your phone directly on the fragile and now weaker notch tech for sure. Why replace touch ID if face ID is now weaker and less accurate......with cheaper components. Saves Apple even more money to profit off its fans now.
So, we just have to accept every unsubstantiated rumor as facts ?, or run the risk of being called a Fanboi (spelling!)I love the fanbois instant refusal to accept something negative.
Same was with touch id. Second generation was faster and had less false readings. The same will be with faceid.
Let's all be honest. The X won't be the most perfect amazing phone in existence. It will have its flaws. But hey, you don't want to hear that as so many of you are about to buy something you really can't afford because you feel it will make your life somehow seem complete.