Major Fail During Apple's New iPhone X Presentation

Yesterday was a big day for Apple. The company held their highly anticipated annual presentation where they unveiled the new iPhone X.

Some of the cool new features includes a screen that covers the entire face of the phone, has wireless charging, and starts at  "only" $1,000.

The fun part of the presentation was when they showed off another of the features on the new iPhone X like when  it doesn't unlock with a passcode or with your thumbprint . . . it uses FACIAL RECOGNITION to unlock for you. 

However, when Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, tried to show off that feature onstage yesterday . . . it didn't work.  OOPS!  He quickly went to back up plan. Good thinking!  Check out the video below.  

You'd think that APPLE, of all companies, would be able to do a presentation without technology failing them.. No worries,  Apple is very confident that millions of Apple lovers will still pay $1,000 or more for this phone when it comes out on October 27th. 

Are you willing to pay  about a grand for the new iPhone? 

 Source: Business Insider

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