Face ID is one of the biggest highlights of iPhone X series. Once you have set it up, you can not only unlock your device faster but also sign in to apps with Face ID on your iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR with ease.
Now, most of the top iOS apps have the support for Face ID. Thus, you can use the facial recognition system to breeze through the log in process or authentication without needing to enter passwords. Moreover, iOS also offers an option to perfectly control Face ID apps. So, if ever decide to revoke the access, you will be able to get it done with ease.
How to Sign Into Apps with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR
Step #1. Launch the supported app and tap sign in.
Step #2. Now, allow the app to use your username or password. To do so, tap on the login details that show up above the keyboard.
Step #3. Next, simply glance at your iPhone to sign in.
View and Control which Apps Use Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR
iOS lets you ideally manage the apps that use Face ID for authentication. Therefore, if you no longer want to use the facial recognition technology with any app, you can revoke its access. To get it done, follow this quick hands-on guide.
Autofill Passwords, Credit Card Info in Safari with Face ID on iPhone X, Xs, Xs Max, and XR
Powered by the much-improved iCloud Keychain, Safari lets you quickly autofill passwords, credit card info with Face ID. If you no longer want to enter such info manually time and again, follow this upfront guide to set up the web browser as per your workflow.
Personally, I no longer miss Touch ID as Apple’s facial recognition technology has lived up my demand fairly well. It’s both secure and efficient in getting the job done.
In terms of speed, Touch ID may still be a bit faster. But I think it’s just a matter of time before the tech giant will improve the speed of the face unlock and make it work just as snappier.
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