Apple refutes claims that it has downgraded iPhone X's Face ID in order to speed-up manufacturing

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Apple makes rare public announcement to pour cold water on press reports of iPhone X manufacturing difficulties

Apple has denied reports that it has forced downgraded the quality of its Face ID technology to help its manufacturing partners get its flagship iPhone X smartphone out on time. The claims were ...

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