Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP) Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP)
Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP)
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Apple will let mask wearers skip Face ID

Apple’s facial recognition can be trained to recognize you with a mask on, but the company would prefer you unlock your iPhone with a passcode

Topic |   iPhone
Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP) Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP)
Apple’s flagship iPhones have dispensed with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor in favor of Face ID, requiring users wearing masks to put in a passcode every time they want to unlock their phone. (Picture: Felix Wong/SCMP)
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