Does the new iPhone create privacy concerns?
Overnight and into the morning of the 13th, Apple unveiled its crop of new iPhones, including the brand new flagship iPhone X. The X has a price tag to make you gasp — it starts at $1579 — but offers features that will prove popular for tech-heads and Apple fans alike.
Along wireless charging and an edge-to-edge look that does away with the home button, it’s the use of facial recognition to unlock the screen that has many intrigued. But like any new biometric form of security, do we need to have another conversation about the importance of privacy?
Alex Kidman is the tech and telco editor at Finder.com.au and he joined Nic to talk all this iPhone.