Apple calls its new biometric identification system for the human face Face ID.
It’s made possible by an all new TrueDepth front-facing camera system, one of the most intriguing features of Apple’s new flagship iPhone X.
In my opinion they didn’t make it right with replacing Touch ID instead of adding Face ID to Touch ID. There are lots of use cases where Face ID or Touch ID cannot be applied and so users have to go back to the inconvenient entry of a passcode. I predict the return of Touch ID when the technical problems of integrating Touch ID into the all new OLED display will be solved.
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