Join Premio at Booth #1477C during the 2019 NAMA Show, Apr 24 – 26 in Las Vegas Convention Center where automatic merchandising professionals meet and explore the latest innovations to improve business efficiency for self-service machines and micro markets.
Every year, the world tunes in to hear about the new products that technology companies like Apple, Samsung, or Tesla are releasing. One of the hottest topics of debate this year was Apple’s release of 3 iPhones, something that they and other technology companies have never done before. The phone at the center of attention was Apple’s most premium iPhone created, the iPhone X, whose most anticipated feature was Face ID. Face ID is a facial recognition form of biometric scanning. It works by processing your facial features, using your face as the password to unlock your phone. The introduction of a facial biometric scanning option for a smartphone was unprecedented and has remained a controversial topic of debate. The Face ID when tested by reviewers was capable of being tricked and the flaws that come with it are at the center of debate. Almost everyone is familiar with biometric scanning. On almost every smart device (iPhone, Galaxy, and even iPads) there is a form of biometric scanning. The use of biometrics to unlock your technological devices has taken over technology and the entirety of smartphones. The most common form of biometric scanning that almost everyone has or experienced is a form of Touch ID. Touch ID is a fingerprint recognition feature that is available on most of Apple’s products. With a simple press of your finger on the home button, your phone will be able to scan your fingerprint and unlock your phone.