A buyer received a “gift” when purchasing a used cell phone from a supposedly Chinese seller: a fingerprint to unlock the device. The video showing the unlocking of the iPhone with a piece of the fingerprint went viral on social media on Sunday (14).
The post, however, is causing controversy. The person in charge of the recording translated what the Chinese seller said in the video: “comprehensive Because I wanted to, I don’t have CourageSinus phobia bothers him.
Additionally, the video was echoed for a possible fragment of leather missing from the alleged buyer’s hand. For Twitter users, the hidden hole on the boy’s middle finger is the perfect fit for the fingerprint he uses to unlock the device. Other netizens are still wondering whether to turn off the cell phone, because the machine needs a password to restart, and it only works with the digital machine.
Watch the video and draw your conclusions:
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