Does Apple face ID make it easier for feds to hack iPhone X?

Source: Thomas Fox-Brewster, Forbes (Paid Registration)

When it comes to law enforcement searches, Face ID could, in one respect, be a boon. It may be easier to force a user into opening their iPhone simply by holding it up to their face when compared to Touch ID, where police have repeatedly tried to force suspects to depress their fingerprint to unlock the phone. Cops have had limited success with Touch ID; they may have more with Face ID.

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