Apple plans to introduce the Face ID function on the MacBook Pro for the first time in 2020, and it will be promoted to other MacBooks and iPad Air in the future.
According to foreign media reports, Apple may introduce Face ID in its MacBook product line next year. Apple plans to introduce the Face ID function on the MacBook Pro for the first time in 2020, and it will be promoted to other MacBooks and iPad Air in the future. The iPhone X is the first device to use facial recognition technology, and it has been two years since its release. Since then, this feature has been added to the iPad Pro. Apple is also expected to add FaceID to the iPad Air as the company will continue to remove the bezels and move to a gesture-based navigation system.
Apple states that all data collected from the FaceID component is stored on a secure T2 chip and that data will never be uploaded to any of Apple’s servers. Back in 2016, Apple released the current MacBook Pro with TouchID, which seems to be the easiest way to unlock the machine.
However, since then, FaceID has gradually become the norm, so consumers want to use facial recognition to unlock all their devices. It took Apple three years to introduce TouchID from the iPhone to the Mac, and TouchID was first introduced with the iPhone 5S in 2013.
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