We have imposed the coronavirus pandemic Use the mask. This has had an effect in Spain and in the rest of the world that Apple certainly did not expect: Conflict with iPhone’s Face ID. According to John Prosser, a famous filter specialist at Apple, people in Cupertino are developing special hardware for face ID To avoid this problem.
Specifically, Apple will develop Face ID systems that recognize our faces Even with a mask and foggy glasses. For testing purposes only, Apple has made hardware Additional in the form of complementary sensors found in external accessories, such as a holster.
The idea is that future technologies related to Face ID can work even in the context of a pandemic and with the inevitable use of masks in our daily lives. We’ll hardly see this reflected in a short-lived product, but it does make us see the company’s intentions.
New types of Face ID
Starting with the casing, it was made for iPhone 12. It has a set of additional super sensors that replace the phone’s Face ID for hardware of the sleeves. This is narrower with more room on the left side.
The Makes The ones we see on the screen are made from a series of photos and videos of up to 75 prototypes that Prosser got from Apple’s internal testing. This will be the configuration that Apple employees will currently use in their daily lives, in order to collect as much data and information as possible.
Tests organized by Apple require employees to wear face masks and fog glasses They cover their eyes to test how the new Face ID works. Some tests are done indoors, some outdoors, some with glasses, etc. I mean, Apple is testing All possible variables from the normal position.
As Prosser explains, these tests will be successful, because the relevant personnel will achieve Unlock your phones thanks to these new sensors, Without the help of an Apple Watch. This opens up the possibility for Apple to include new sensors in its iPhone’s Face ID matrix and solve the annoying problem of unlocking our phone with the mask.
On iPhone 13?
Although this kind of technology may seem counterintuitively far-fetched for an end product, the truth is that Prosser theorizes about the possibility that the technology itself is found on iPhone 13. It’s a long shot, of course, but there are indications to believe, at least, that Apple would have considered including it in the future. New Phone.
Namely, this new set of sensors is narrower than that of the current iPhone 12, locating the main sensor camera on the left side. This group of sensors Matches iPhone 13 CAD files which was leaked in June. Could the sensors in the prototype be the ones in the iPhone 13?
If so, if the iPhone 13 carries this technology, it could be a hack for users, because currently the problem of masks and face ID is an issue that affects millions of people around the world (especially with those who wear glasses.
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