How To Unlock Your Iphone Wearing A Mask

How to unlock your iPhone wearing a mask


How To Unlock Your Iphone Wearing A Mask


Apple Face ID Fix: Unlocking your iPhone a little easier while wearing a face mask

Having trouble unlocking your iPhone with Face ID while wearing a face mask?

Apple's latest iPhone software update, iOS 13.5, released on Wednesday, is for you.

Your eyes, nose, and mouth must be visible to Face ID, Apple's facial recognition software, to identify you. But with Coronavirus, device owners can wear masks when out in public. So when you apply a mask, Apple makes it easy for you to unlock your phone.

Install the update and you won't have to wait for a failed ID multiple times before prompting you to enter your passcode. After Face ID first fails, you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen and enter your passcode to unlock your phone or approve an Apple Pay transaction. Or, as soon as you pick up your phone, you can immediately swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone screen.

Apple is reopening some stores this week: check the temperature, rather than wearing masks

Apple, Google Roll Out Contact Tracing: Technology to be Used in Public Health Mobile Apps

Does your phone know you? How Does Your Samsung Galaxy Face Mask Answer You?

If Face ID is still very annoying, you can turn it off completely.

To do this, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Scroll down and tap on Face ID and Passcode. Enter your passcode and turn off iPhone unlock. You can also disable Face ID for specific tasks such as approving Apple Pay transactions. If you turn off Face ID for Apple Pay, you will need to enter your passcode to make a purchase.

Wearing a face mask is necessary to enter businesses or in some places to go out in public. The Center for Disease Control says that masks may help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Wednesday's iOS update also includes new contact tracing technology, Apple released to help public health officials develop a mobile app to identify and test people with someone infected with a coronavirus Or spending time with him.

Post a Comment

0 Comments