After installing the new update, you no longer have to wait for Face ID to fail several times before being asked to enter your PIN. Now that Face ID fails for the first time or you swipe from the bottom of the screen, you can enter your PIN and unlock your phone or approve an Apple Pay transaction.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues and talks of aare increasing, the use of face masks in public is unlikely to disappear anytime soon. In fact, recommend that employees of most open institutions, from healthcare and businesses to schools, transit and industry, continue to wear face coverings as part of a reopening condition. There is of even if are not considered effective for blocking the smallest particles compared with a medical grade mask. (By the way, here you can .)
You now have two options: leave Face ID alone and get used to the new password prompt, or turn it off completely. For me, the update has made a big enough difference that I plan to leave Face ID turned on all the time. Like me, many others choose to keep Face ID intact so that they can be unlocked more easily at home when not wearing a mask.
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How Face ID works with iOS 13.5
The Face ID change in iOS 13.5 is subtle and has no settings or switches you can change. Face ID will now try to recognize your face only once before asking for a PIN or password. Alternatively, you can swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone's screen to go directly to the PIN – no Face ID interaction required and your phone is still safe.
It took me a few tries to get used to the new method, but now that I'm more aware of the fact that I'm wearing a mask and Face ID isn't working, I've learned to swipe up from the bottom of it iPhone screen while I lift it. Understandably, getting frustrated with Face ID while standing at a checkout and trying to use Apple Pay while people are queuing behind you – but I think the new passcode will be a welcome feature.
Whatever you do, don't quickly pull down your mask to unlock your phone. This primarily negates the purpose of wearing a mask, which is to slow down the spread of the coronavirus through person-to-person transmission.
If you're too annoyed or frustrated with Face ID to use it, it can always turn off.
Disable Face ID on your iPhone
If you'd rather disable Face ID, you should be here. You can also fine tune when used:
1. Open the app Settings on your iPhone.
2. Scroll down and tap Face ID & Passcode .
3. Enter your access code when prompted.
If you only want to disable Face ID for specific tasks, such as unlocking your phone or approving Apple Pay purchases, use the switch at the top of the screen to disable Face ID for iPhone Unlock. That means your phone is not trying to scan your face at all. Instead, swipe up as soon as the screen on your phone wakes up and enter your passcode.
Then disable Face ID for Apple Pay. This means that on the Apple Pay screen, you must tap the Pay with Password button and then enter your code before the transaction can be completed.
By disabling Face ID for specific tasks, you can still use Apple's safe face unlock technology when signing in to apps or approving App Store purchases. Those are tasks you are likely to do at home now more often when you are not wearing a mask at all.
Another advantage of disabling Face ID for individual tasks is that you can enable it again as soon as you get home without having to go through the Face ID installation process again.
To completely disable Face ID and use a passcode for it, tap Reset Face ID and confirm your decision. You then use a passcode instead of Face ID to unlock your phone, Apple Pay and App Store purchases.
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