September 13, 2017

Should Cheaters Worry About This New iPhone X Feature?

 What’s up guys?! Beija here for Complex.   Yesterday, at Apple’s keynote presentation, the tech powerhouse unveiled the iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus, and the new Apple watches. Some people obviously weren’t too fond of Apple’s new pursuits as the company’s stocks fell after the big reveal (show headline), but then there were those tuning in that loved the latest ideas.   The tech giant is adamant about minimalism, innovation, and applying features to its products that add either excitement to your life like the new Animojis [PLAY VIDEO 0:17-0:23] or the new security component like Face ID recognition that should make our lives a lot easier (photo credit: via Apple)…OR…complete hell if it gets into the wrong hands.   The Face ID feature has arguably been one of the most exciting new elements that consumers are looking forward to. Facial recognition replaces Touch ID that we’ve all grown so accustomed to for unlocking our phones. Apple is definitely setting the bar high with this new feature, but some people aren’t really feeling the new idea because either A) they feel like the government is watching them 24/7 or B) if their ass is cheating it could potentially get them into a lot of hot water.   If you’ve got a side-piece this may not be the best phone for you to hide your scandalous pursuits. Once the new Face ID feature was revealed, it didn’t take long for people to express their opinions on social media:   How you gotta sleep next to your girl after you cop the new #iPhoneX   me after i sliced my mans face off so i can unlock his iphone x   iPhone X uses Face ID to open your phone? Cheating spouses gonna sleep like   Fellas that cheat on your girl, don't grab the iPhone X, she'll put your phone up to your face and unlock it while you're sleep   So…yea, obviously if you have a significant other that loves peeking into your every move, they’re more than hype to get their hands on the new product…but cheaters, don’t get too worried because according to the Apple website, "Face ID is attention aware, meaning it unlocks your iPhone X only when you look toward the device with your eyes open."    Hopefully, you don’t sleep with your eyes open, and if you do, you’re pretty much f*cked. Or, just stop cheating…it’s really that simple. That’s all the news for now, but for more on Apple products, be sure to subscribe to Complex on Youtube today. For Complex News, I’m Beija Velez.   


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