Apple has simplified unlocking iPhone with Face ID to people in medical masks

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.

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