Apple has simplified the process of unlocking the iPhone with Face ID to people in medical masks. Now users can unlock their smartphone with a password without waiting after an unsuccessful attempt to do this through Face ID. This was noticed by The Verge.
A change in the iPhone unlock process has appeared in the iOS 13.5 update. Now, if the user immediately wants to unlock the smartphone through a password, he needs to swipe up on the bottom of the screen.
Previously, masked users had to wait a few seconds after an unsuccessful attempt to unlock the smartphone using Face ID before the iPhone allowed them to enter a password.
In addition, iOS 13.5 will disable automatic window resizing in FaceTime group calls.
In addition, the update includes an API for Apple and Google technology for tracking cases of COVID-19. We wrote more about this in our great material.