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We put the iPhone X's Face ID to the ultimate test with identical twins -- and the results surprised us

Business Insider got an exclusive look at the iPhone X, and, naturally, we tried to beat its facial-recognition feature by having one twin register his face and the other try to break in.

The following is a transcript of the video.

Greg: Greg Fieber, 36 years old.

Brian: Brian Fieber, 36 years old. When we meet — people, initially, they always do a double-take and are unable to tell us apart.

Greg: Twin No. 1. Yup. Twin No. 2. Nope. Negative. Yeah, you can’t fool the iPhone X.

Brian: I was pretty shocked that the iPhone X could really pick apart the details between me and my brother, considering some of our own family members can’t tell us apart. So yeah, it was a pleasant surprise knowing that Brian can’t break into my iPhone X and I can’t break into my brother’s.

Greg: I agree.

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