The “Game of Thrones Season 7 finale ended with a lot of cliffhangers, including the location as to where the Night King was heading to with his undead army while he was on the back of the ice dragon Viserion. The Stark siblings have finally reunited back in Winterfell with Arya being the girl who slit Littlefinger’s throat for his betrayals. We know what the girl has learned during her journey in Braavos with Jaqen H’ghar. Now that Apple is set to release its latest iPhone X with facial recognition [VIDEO], fans can’t stop making fun of the Stark girl’s ability to mirror someone’s face.

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Fans hilariously troll Apple’s newest feature

Over on Twitter, “Game of Thrones” fans can’t stop making Arya Stark an example of iPhone X facial recognition instead of using the fingerprint scanner to unlock the phone.

TIME reports that the new iPhone is to mark the 10th anniversary of the phone with the latest feature. According to Apple, with the newest feature, the chance of other people unlocking the iPhone using Face ID is little to zero. Fans, of course, responded by using the Stark girl’s memes and challenged the company to see if the girl can’t unlock anyone’s iPhone.

Arya Stark and Apple’s facial recognition

“Game of Thrones” fans know that Arya Stark has this facey-facey ability such as copying someone else’s face that she has killed and can even impersonate their voices. According to some fans, Apple iPhone X facial recognition may not work on the Stark girl. She can obviously break into everyone’s new iPhones using her new ability to take someone’s face. It’s hilarious reading the comments of fans over on Twitter, but they do make sense if Maisie William’s character becomes a reality.

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You can check out some of the fans’ hilarious tweets below.

'Game of Thrones' Season 8

The production of “Game of Thrones” Season 8 is set to kick off in October 2017 but there was a photo taken by a fan showing a hut where the Dothraki gathers for their imminent battle against the White Walkers. Theories suggest that the producers and showrunners must have decided to start the filming earlier than expected in an attempt to release the final installment in 2018. HBO has said before that it’s possible that it might take them until 2019 to wrap up everything. Nonetheless, we expect answers from the cliffhangers that we were left off during the Season 7 finale.

Kit Harington, who plays the role of Jon Snow recently said that “Game of Thrones” Season 8 is going to be a scene of carnage. He also added that there will be more major characters to get killed “very quick.” Will Cersei Lannister be the first in line?