Face ID is the name of Apple's biometric facial geometry sensor. It uses an infrared flood illuminator to light up your face, a laser dot projector to establish reference points, an infrared camera to capture mesh data, and a neural network to determine whether or not there's a match.
A number of developers using the iOS 15.7.1 Release Candidate have noticed that Face ID is not working on the software version.
Can you still use Face ID if you're wearing sunglasses? You bet, but you may have to tweak some settings.
Temporarily disabling Face ID or Touch ID to require a password to unlock your iPhone or iPad is simple. Here's how you do it.
Apple has made changes to iOS that make unlocking an iPhone with Face ID easier while you’re wearing a face mask. Here’s how to use these features.
Here are the ins and outs of using Face ID for everything, from unlocking your iPhone or iPad Pro to auto-filling passwords in Safari.
You can now unlock your iPhone with your Apple Watch, which is particularly useful in certain situations.
iPad Pro models from 2018 and later have Face ID for biometrics and security, instead of a Home button with Touch ID. Getting it set up is easy peasy, here's how!
Supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has agreed with display analyst Ross Young that Apple is changing up Face ID on the iPhone soon.
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