Here are the ins and outs of using Face ID for everything from unlocking your iPhone X to autofilling passwords in Safari. Face ID on the iPhone X is Apple's latest biometric authorization system and the successor to Touch ID. And much...Show More Summary
Use Terminal often? This tip from Cabel Sasser could help speed up your workflow. Here's a tip from Cabel Sasser of Panic for those of you out there with Touch Bar MacBook Pros who use Terminal and the "sudo" command frequently. ProShow More Summary
With 3 years now gone by since the last Mac mini update, it’s one of Apple’s long running product lines ripe for a complete overhaul. That’s likely why industrial design student Louis Berger’s latest concept envisions a miniature desktop Mac but with a much more modern approach. Show More Summary
The $1579 iPhone X has the best tech Apple could put in a phone. It let the company remove Touch ID and replace it with a 3D sensor that shoots out thousands of little infrared dots so you can unlock your phone with your face. It's also the tech behind Apple's Animoji, the iMessage app that lets you make and share cute animated faces - or so we thought. More »
A 'Guest Mode' would let you hand your iPhone or iPad to a friend or stranger in need so they could place a call or look something up on the web without also giving them access to all your data. Face ID and Touch ID have made it much easier to lock down iPhone X and previous iPhones and iPads so we're the only ones who can access our data. Show More Summary
Face ID is undeniably more secure than Touch ID in a random sampling of population. Apple says the chance of a person unlocking your phone with Face ID is 1 in a million. However, that probability can be considerably lower for siblings, twins and children under the age of 13. Show More Summary
There is a lot of chatter about people disappointed with the speed of unlocking the iPhone X with Face ID versus just about anything else with Touch ID. AppleInsider talks about it, and how to speed it up.
The advanced TrueDepth camera system found on the iPhone X doesn’t just make possible the 3D facial recognition system that replaced Touch ID. The same facial recognition hardware and software are used to enable a neat trick called Animoji. Simply put, Animoji is an emoji variation that’s animated with your face’s expressions. Show More Summary
A Vietnamese security software company claims it tricked Face ID, which Apple claims is more secure than Touch ID.
The iPhone X has been available for over a week now, which means users have had the last week to use Face ID, Apple’s new biometric technology that replaces Touch ID. Over the last week, have you found Face ID to be an adequate successor to Touch ID? Take Our Poll more…
When Apple debuted the iPhone X in September, there was some trepidation about the disappearance of Touch ID. Would Face ID really be as efficient as a fingerprint sensor? And would it even work reliably in the first place? Those worries...Show More Summary
Apple is said to be working on a "high-end" iPad for release as early as 2018, incorporating facial recognition like in the iPhone X to replace the home button and Touch ID. But unlike the iPhone X, users shouldn't expect the next iPad to have a bright, expensive edge-to-edge OLED screen..
The iPhone X requires a new way to authenticate payments now that Touch ID is gone. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple touts that Face ID is even more secure than Touch ID was, with there being a 1 in 1,000,000 chance of a different person being able to unlock someone else’s iPhone X with Face ID. A new video posted to Reddit, however, shows Face ID failing to properly differentiate between siblings… more…
A centerpiece feature of Apple's iPhone X is Face ID, which completely replaces Touch ID. Here's how -- as well as how well -- the technology works in practice.
After years of mostly iterative design changes, Apple has changed what it means for an iPhone to be an iPhone. Home button? Forget it. Touch ID? Old hat. Bezels? You get where I'm going with this. And to be totally frank, when Apple first revealed the iPhone X, I was worried. Show More Summary
Ahead of tomorrow's iPhone X launch, all the attention is on the TrueDepth camera sensor and Face ID, Apple's new facial recognition system. Most of the discussion surrounds how the new unlocking system matches up to Touch ID, the fingerprint scanner it's replacing. Show More Summary
The iPhone X officially hits the streets on Friday morning, but a legion of tech reviewers have already been putting the phone's newest features through the ringer. The biggest question marks surround Face ID, Apple's much-hyped replacement...Show More Summary
There are key differences between Face ID on the iPhone X and Touch ID on other devices — facial recognition doesn’t care if you have wet fingers or gloves, while finger print recognition doesn’t worry about you wearing a ski mask —Show More Summary