Apple’s New FaceID Will Make It Easier For Police To Access Your iPhone X

Apple revealed its new FaceID today in the Steve Jobs theater on its campus in Cupertino, California. Law enforcement officials who have had trouble unlocking Apple phones in the past must be salivating at the news.

While in one way FaceID is more secure than the company’s TouchID, which uses your fingerprint to open your phone, it’s also more insecure.

Get the full story in my column at Forbes …