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However, two years later, Apple has finally figured out how to make the Face ID on your iPhone work even when you are wearing a mask! Also Read:Â Security Concerns According to Apple, Face ID is most reliable when you set it up after recognizing the full face.
Also Read:Â Compatible Devices As of now, this feature is only available in the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models. Before doing that, make sure your iPhone is connected to the Wi-Fi.Next
In general, it is a biometric security system that allows you to identify yourself and unlock your iPhone without going through a grid of passwords.
This means that those using the iPhone 11, iPhone XR, and iPhone X generation of iPhones will miss out on the Face ID with a mask feature. What about iPads with Face ID? Turn on using the side button press once.Next
You should now be able to use Face ID seamlessly with your iPhone when wearing a mask and pair of glasses.
To set up the feature manually at a later time, follow these steps. We try our best to keep things fair and balanced, in order to help you make the best choice for you. After that iPhone will reboot.Next
This is because of the hardware limitations in these devices that prevent Face ID mask unlock features from working properly.
Face ID with mask works with Apple Pay and third-party apps As explained above, since the TrueDepth system is actively scanning your face, Apple allows Face ID to authenticate third-party apps access and even Apple Pay usage.Next
If the problem persists, then follow this tutorial.
This, of course, requires that you have an Apple Watch, but you can learn more on.Next
If you do, here's how to use it.
Sorry bud, iOS 15. While we were not able to unlock someone else iPhone after wearing a mask, still this does not mean the possibility does not exist.
However, this trick requires an Apple Watch Series 3 or later.