The new feature for the iPhone X everyone seems to be talking about is its Face ID. Instead of using your thumbprint to unlock your phone, one scans their face. Now, a Vietnamese firm called Bkav says they've already bested the security mechanism with a custom-made mask that costs around $150. The mask used a combination of 3D- and 2D-printed elements, as well as a silicone nose.
"Apple has done this not so well," Bkav wrote on its company blog. "Face ID can be fooled by mask, which means it is not an effective security measure." Sounds like a neat function, but has a ways to go before it's foolproof (but then again, is any tech foolproof?)