This year, Apple has removed its Touch ID authentication on the iPhone X in favor of a new technology, known as Face ID. Basically, Face ID is a face recognition system that captures several images of your facial features to unlock the device and authorize Apple Pay payments.
Face ID on the iPhone X is not a security system that can be hacked with a picture, like what we have already seen on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Apple’s Face ID can detect physical changes, like hairstyles, makeups, sunglasses, or beards.
The iPhone X will be available on November 3, two months later than its two brothers, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, so you need to wait. If you are planning to grab the phone on launch day, you will need to make sure you get the most out of Face ID.
In this guide, we will go through the steps to set up and use Face ID on iPhone X. Before we begin, note that Face ID is available on the iPhone X only.
How to set up and use Face ID on your new iPhone X
How to set up Face ID on your new iPhone X
To use Face ID to unlock your device, you first need to set it up on your iPhone X. The process is pretty simple. If you need help, you can check out our steps below.
Step one: First off, you need to launch the Settings app from your home screen. Scroll down a little bit and hit Face ID & Passcode to proceed
Step two: Once you are in, hit Enroll Face and then select Get Started. Once you are done, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.
How to use Face ID to unlock your new iPhone X
Once you have already set up Face ID on your new iPhone X, you now can use it to unlock your device. Here is how.
Step one: Wake up your screen. To do this, you can press the side button (you can also set your iPhone’s screen to automatically wake up every time you pick up your phone)
Step two: Now just simply look at the screen to complete the task.
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