iPhone X a safety risk for automobile drivers and pedestrians and victims of robberies?
The iPhone X is a safety hazard and risk to driving. Sure, as a responsible driver you shouldn't be texting and driving in the first place... but with Face ID, your phone is designed to require you to look at the phone to want to unlock it.
More people could want to steal iPhone X's by waiting for people to be focused with their face on the phone for an initial unlock.
Pedestrians may have more accidents due to not focusing on the road they are walking across when their phone accidentally locks and they want to use FaceID.
What do you guys think? Is this not really a bigger risk than other touch ID phones?
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