Updates on iPhone coming soon, you can use FaceID by applying mask

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The whole world is in trouble right now with the coronavirus. The government is continuously appealing to people to keep social distancing and masking. Living in a mask has now become normal in a way. In such a situation, there is also a problem for iPhone users with Face ID.

There are problems unlocking the phone. In order to use Face ID, the mask has to be removed repeatedly. But this will not have to be done after the new iOS update.

iOS 13.5 is ready for launch and may soon be released to iPhone users around the world. Some changes will be made to Face ID through this update.

Actually, after the new update, the Face ID given in the iPhone will understand that you have applied the mask. As soon as the mask is detected, the password option will come on your iPhone and you will be able to unlock it with the password.

There is no such provision right now. If you now try to open it by applying a mask, then it will take many attachments to identify your face, after which you will get the option of the password. But in the new update, the password option mask will come immediately as soon as it is detected.

It is worth noting that the update of iOS 13.5 is also important because it will also have the Exposure Notification API support prepared by Apple and Google. With this API, developers of public health agencies will be able to create contact tracing apps. The company has prepared it keeping the privacy in mind.

According to the people who are using this build of iOS for testing, with this update, users can be given more control in FaceTime group calling. Apart from this, obviously bug fixes and some improvements will also be done with this update.

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