No it doesn't. You're stretching reality big time here. Clearly, with FaceID, you need to pick up the phone and look at it, before unlocking, otherwise it won't unlock. Then you have to verify that the icon shows it unlocked, before swiping up. I don't need to do any of this with the fingerprint sensor. I touch the sensor while I'm lifting the phone and by the time I look at it I'm in my home screen. Imagine that Apple came up with a new method of getting into the Apple car, using the sunroof instead of the doors. The new Apple car doesn't have doors but it has an amazingly complicated sunroof. Craig Federighi would get up on stage trying to demo getting in, and he'd fall from the car twice, flat on his face. In a subsequent interview he'd explain it wasn't really a failure, he was inebriated at the time. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo would tell investors that unlike Android cars, who use regular doors for getting in, the new Apple car is 2.5 years ahead for using the sunroof as the entry method. Macrumors would write an article about that, and many Apple fans would come out of the woodwork to preach how great is getting into your car through the sunroof. If that's not innovation, I don't know what is, right? I could tell you what you can do through the sunroof. It's got something to do with those poop emojis. And it's exactly what Apple is selling here.