EverythingApplePro, but they could not get it to work.Elsewhere, Mashable tested Face ID and reported that identical twins were able to unlock the same iPhone. Perhaps the Garland brothers look more identical to an iPhone than a human.Apple, for its part, says the chance of a “random person” unlocking your phone with Face ID is one in a million, compared to one in 50,000 for Touch ID. Bloomberg reported on October 25 that “to boost the number of usable dot projectors and accelerate production, Apple relaxed some of the specifications for Face ID.” However, Apple disputed this, with a spokeswoman saying, “Bloomberg’s claim that it reduced the accuracy spec for Face ID is completely false.” Credit: revorocks123 via Storyful">