This year, Apple will launch theiPhone X, his first phone using screen OLED. Unlocking the device will be done through facial recognition, called Face ID. According to a recent study by Juniper Research, this feature would not be well received by the American public.
The iPhone X is the first apple brand phone not to offer a Home button. Indeed, the OLED screen occupies almost the entire front part. The borders are very thin and at the level of the lower part, there is no longer any band. At the top, a notch supports the front camera with 3D and infrared sensors. It divides the status bar into 2 parts, one in the upper left corner and the other on the right.
Touch ID is a feature offered on Apple smartphones from the iPhone 5S. It is located at the Home button. Since the iPhone X does not have this key, it was necessary to abandon the fingerprint sensor. This is why the Cupertino brand has chosen to integrate facial recognition.
Juniper Research suggests that American iPhone users are not convinced by Face ID. No less than 40% of them assure that they will not use the new unlocking option. The study results also indicate that 74% prefer the fingerprint sensor and 62% would opt for voice recognition.