If every decent software engineer knows that faces and fingerprints cannot be passwords because they're neither secret nor can you change them, then why does Apple, which is supposed to be a top-notch tech company, release features like that
@Gargron I don't know, maybe because Apple isn't just decent software engineers, but some security people as well, trying to deliver actual solutions instead of mostly meaningless maxims. I'd seriously expect Apple blows everything else out of the water even with just fingerprints.
@Gargron So let's deliver system that by default will ask for a password that you'd need to type every single time you want to unlock the phone (without being seen), must be reasonably strong, that is long and complex, and if you ever manage to forget it, all that was on the phone is lost forever. That sounds like an amazing system.