You will be required to re -examine your face (as you would set up a standard Face ID). If you look at your eyes while using glasses, be instructed to open them for dual Face ID viewing – don’t worry, it will always see you with your glasses. . Then click No longer and you are ready.
Speaking of mirrors, you can combine up to four different groups. That way, if you want to switch between different glasses, Face ID will work well when you’re wearing the mask. Add new glasses:
- Separate Face ID and code
- Click here Face ID with Face
- To choose Add the glasses
Follow the instructions to keep your eye focused when wearing the glasses you want to wear. Then click No longer and the hole will be healed automatically. Unfortunately, the feature doesn’t support lenses because the iPhone needs to capture the area around your eyes to make sure it’s not available with your favorite shadows.
Unlock your iPhone with a face shield
Face ID works with a Mask just like a standard Face ID. Whether you’re unlocking your iPhone, accepting an Apple Pay purchase, or downloading and signing up for apps, all you have to do is take a closer look at the camera. selfie on your iPhone. Well done too much of time, although there are times to struggle, such as the usual Face ID.
You can use an Apple Watch
Don’t have an iPhone 12 or iPhone 13? There is hope if you have an Apple Watch. Instead of including Face ID with a Mask, Apple gave you the option to unlock your iPhone using an Apple Watch (running iOS 14.5 or later and WatchOS 7). or). It works with the iPhone 6S and later, with the Apple Watch Series 3 and above. Here’s how to do it:
- Separate Settings and click on it Face ID and code
- Scroll down to Unlock with Apple Watch and changed it
- Climb Turn on when you get the pop-up
For the feature to work, you need to set a passcode on the Apple Watch:
- Go to the Apple Watch Settings app and click on it Passcode
- Enable Passcode and enter your desired code
- Get started Hands -on experience (if not turned on)
When your Apple Watch is unlocked, you can look at your iPhone with a mask on and unlock the smartwatch. You will receive a notification on your watch that the iPhone has been unlocked, with the option to lock it again. Unfortunately, the feature doesn’t work with Apple Pay, or subscription to apps. It’s easy to unlock your phone.
None of these features should be a reason to improve your iPhone (unless you are real necessary) or release for an Apple Watch purchase. You can grab the new iPhone SE in one place – well ‘Touch ID’ is easy to remove and authenticate, covered or not.
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