Bloomberg claimed that the feature, supposed to be used to sign on to the phone and to make payments, has been modified because it is having problems producing enough machines.
The iPhone X is supposed to be available in early November. Apple has made no comment on the cut down claim.
At the launch for the iPhone X, Face ID was touted as being the best thing since sliced bread.
It’s an open secret that Apple is already having difficulty shifting the iPhone 8 models it recently launched because of their essential lack of new features.
And in other Apple news, Reuters reported that the firm has bought a New Zealand wireless charging company called PowerbyProxi. No financial details were given, but it’s another open secret that Apple is lagging behind its competitors in the mobile phone charging game.