iPhone X 64GB SPACE GREY IN STOCK RIGHT NOW £999 @ John Lewis
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iPhone X 64GB SPACE GREY IN STOCK RIGHT NOW £999 @ John Lewis

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Edited by:"asak193"Found 16th Nov
iPhone X IN STOCK WITH John Lewis ORDED MINE.

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Not really a deal seeing as it's the same price almost everywhere...

If you want to save £1 though, mobiles.co.uk!

Personally I would have waited for Black Friday, just in case.
Edited by: "Turret" 16th Nov

My HotUKDeals app must be playing up, it keeps showing content from Stockalert.com.

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how ever can you find stock anywhere else

It’s a fantastic phone. The best I ever owned. Well worth the money to me

FaceID is a million to one chance of false detection**1
**1 Unless you have children or siblings of the same sex.

Bring back the fingerprint sensor Apple.
Out of stock for me.

LadyEleanor45 m ago

FaceID is a million to one chance of false detection**1**1 Unless you have …FaceID is a million to one chance of false detection**1**1 Unless you have children or siblings of the same sex.Bring back the fingerprint sensor Apple.Out of stock for me.


How would they have tested/proven this? Sounds like bs to me.

Well, its a million to one if you exclude the things mentioned and by the sounds of it with perfect lighting.

Imperfect lighting increases the guess work. Fingerprints have false detections too, it is just that family members do not make any impact at all.

By the sound of it, they ran with FaceID when they problems with the original design idea, thus the notch.
It is still an iPhone, which keeps the users happy, though I cannot say any phone is ever worth over £500.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Nov

LadyEleanor7 h, 49 m ago

Well, its a million to one if you exclude the things mentioned and by the …Well, its a million to one if you exclude the things mentioned and by the sounds of it with perfect lighting.Imperfect lighting increases the guess work. Fingerprints have false detections too, it is just that family members do not make any impact at all.By the sound of it, they ran with FaceID when they problems with the original design idea, thus the notch.It is still an iPhone, which keeps the users happy, though I cannot say any phone is ever worth over £500.


An explanation for many of these Face ID 'hack' scenarios is that the owner of the phone allowed the family member to input their pincode immediately after they attempted to access the phone and failed. This 'trains' Face ID into thinking it is the same person, assuming their physiognomic traits are similar, and subsequently that family member might be able to access the phone with their own face, in similar lighting.

The system is very new, so people are playing about with it a lot more than they will do once the novelty wears off. In order to adapt to the users' changing features - such as glasses and facial hair and even contact lenses - the system will fail and be 'trained' once you input your pincode. Through machine learning, the idea is that the face recognition gets better and better the more you use it.

If you constantly let people try and unlock your phone and use your Pin to manually unlock straight afterwards it will mess about with its ability to adapt.

One thing for certain and that is that FaceID was on the whole, very misreported.
The big upgrade to the X was getting a fairly high end Amoled screen.

That S7 Edge for a 3rd of the price with a fairly high end screen too is a better buy, just not unique in its rarity.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Nov

Any chance there'll be discounts on the iPhone X on Black Friday (just the phone, not with a contract) ?

Wow, it's cuty.

LadyEleanor17th Nov

One thing for certain and that is that FaceID was on the whole, very …One thing for certain and that is that FaceID was on the whole, very misreported.The big upgrade to the X was getting a fairly high end Amoled screen.That S7 Edge for a 3rd of the price with a fairly high end screen too is a better buy, just not unique in its rarity.

That's fair enough if you can use and enjoy Android. I can, but not everyone in my family wants to adapt to a new OS when they're used to iOS and its features.

Well, we get forced to adapt all the time.
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