The new iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) comes equipped with a great deal new features. Some of the most exciting features make it harder for people to hacking into your phone, including bae. Not to say you're doing anything that would alarm your significant other, but everyone deserves their privacy, right? We've outlined all the ways the latest iPhone design will make it harder to bae to snoop around your trusty handheld device.
1. Why The Long Face? - No (Face) ID
While previous iPhones allowed for up to five fingerprints to be stored on a device, iPhone X Face ID only allows one person's face to be registered per phone. This will be a shield against nosy bae's parents and other relatives. Of course, the only thing it won't prevent you from an attack from say GOT's Arya.
2. Charge It To The Game - An Apple a Pay Keeps Nosy Peeps Away
The iPhone X also comes with an Apple Pay system that can only be authorized through Face ID. The phone uses TrueDepth technology, which "projects and analyzes more than 30,000 invisible dots to create a precise depth map of your face." This may come in handy for the times you make bae mad and he/she decides to charge up the card.
3. Follow My Voice - The Return of Siri
Like in previous models Siri recognizes your unique voice. Bae imitating you won't cover it this time.
4. Wax On, Wax Off - Swipe Left
The new model's seamless screen doesn't have a Home button, but recognizes "Intuitive Gestures," which most of us are familiar with but there may be a slight chance that your significant other won't open the phone or messages unless they learn thumb karate.
Thinking about pre-ordering the iPhone X? Don't want bae to keep tabs on you? The list above may make your decision a little easier.