9to5mac has discovered a way to add a masked image of a person’s face to FaceID settings. This is especially important now that many people are using protective masks against possible exposure to the coronavirus. Actually, you can spy on your husband using spy software- as mSpy.
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To add a masked face to your iPhone, follow these steps:
- go to Settings – Face ID and passcode;
- Click the “Reset Face ID” button;
- Press the “Setup Face ID” button and scan your face with the mask folded vertically in half so that the other half of your face stays open;
- make two scans with the mask folded in half.
“Face ID is designed to work with visible eyes, nose and mouth,” Apple said in a statement to the Wall Street Journal. – Users can still unlock their devices through a passcode.”
The RG editorial board noticed that the iPhone began to recognize the owner in the mask and without the above manipulations with the release of iOS 13.4.1. Nevertheless, we still recommend adding a masked face in the way described above.