iPhone 13 Face ID – Apple is said to be running a test of the new iPhone 13 hardware initially with its employees using a superior case meant for iPhone 12.
iPhone 13 Face ID Tech Works With Face Mask
Apple is currently carrying out test on the new Face ID hardware for the iPhone 13 lineup which is believed to work with face masks and even foggy glasses, according to a report.
The next-generation facial recognition technology from the Cupertino company that was previously rumoured to sit under a smaller notch is also said to have a different positioning of the selfie camera. This suggests that the iPhone 13 models may have the selfie camera placed differently as compared to the existing iPhone models.
A report from FrontPageTech.com writes that Apple has given a special case to its employees to let them test the new Face ID array with their iPhone 12. The case is said to fit comfortably around the iPhone 12 and once it is connected, it will use the range as the default source for biometric authentication.
This may allow Apple to test the next-generation Face ID hardware on a large scale, without bringing the unreleased iPhone 13 out.
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iPhone 13 Face ID Tech Works With Foggy Eyeglasses
Apple is reported to have asked its employees that participated, to wear masks and glasses to test the new hardware. In some cases, the tests were either conducted with a masks or both masks and glasses on the face.
Apple has also reportedly asked the employees to use the technology in indoor and outdoor environments and with a range of different styles and shapes of masks and eyeglasses.
iPhone 13 Face ID Tech – Apple Testing on Employees
The purpose of this test/examination is to; test how the new Face ID would work in a situation where people are wearing face mask.
Apple once tried to address user concerns around unlocking their iPhone with face masks by enabling Apple Watch to work for that process. However, the feature makes Apple Watch mandatory and does involve privacy risks as it bypasses biometric authentication altogether.
Report has it that, Apple have tested the in-display Touch ID fingerprint sensor as an alternative to Face ID, but it was a dropped option kept aside for a future iPhone model.
FrontPageTech.com has provided a couple of renders based on live images to suggest how the special case works with the iPhone 12. It, however, avoided showing live images since the cases are said to have identifying marks to prevent any leaks.
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