The new beta version of iOS 13 makes it easier to unlock iPhone when wearing a mask
30.04.2020 0 Comments
The latest beta version of iOS 13 includes an improvement aimed at those users who have to wear a face mask for a long time in the context of a coronavirus pandemic infection.
It is noted that the mobile operating system received a modified lock screen. Now, instead of constantly trying to recognize a face using Face ID (this process does not occur when wearing a mask or respirator), iOS will now offer the ability to manually enter a password after a gesture scrolling up from the bottom of the screen. This innovation will be useful for iPhone owners without a physical Home button, who often stay on the street or have to wear a mask or respirator for work reasons. Now they have to make several attempts to unlock the smartphone, as the operating system insists on biometric identification. And only after 10-15 seconds and several attempts to call the interface to enter the code, they can unlock the device.
In addition to improvements in biometric identification, Apple has made some other changes to the work of iOS 13. In particular, FaceTime video call work has been improved, regarding the work with sound in group calls.
Source: The Verge