Apple has not so much invented technologies as brought them into the mainstream. Think multitouch user interface and Touch ID, the latter of which popularised unlocking phones with your finger. Now with the iPhone X, Apple is using your face as a passcode.

While Face ID is not the same as an iris scanner, which other companies have installed on their devices before, Apple — and its competitors like Samsung, Google and OnePlus — could lead the way in changing how people interact with their phones in the future, particularly in India.  Read more…