You may already know it’s the only biometric authentication method on iPhone. The iPhone 13 will soon bring back Touch ID. It has always been regarded as the most secure of all devices, and it’s still in use today.
We have you covered if you aren’t familiar with Apple’s Face ID, even though you’ve just entered the Apple paradise. We will show you how to set up Face ID and protect it from intrusions. Continue reading to learn more.
Face ID on iPhone: How do you enable it?
Face ID is a feature that was first introduced on the Apple iPhone X. It can be used with models like the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS Max. This is what you need to do.
First, Open Settings in your iPhone.
Step 2 Tap on Face ID or Passcode.
Step 3 – Enter your iPhone password to continue. You won’t be able to access this feature if you don’t own one. However, it is safe to create one as you will need it for the alternative Face ID.
4: Next, click on the “Set up Face ID” option.
Step 5 – Now you’ll need to position your head on the screen so that the green frame appears. You will need to go slowly for the first round, and faster for the second.
6: After this step, your FaceID will be registered.
Another Face ID can be enabled for facial recognition. You can do this by going to Settings, selecting the Passcode option and tapping on the “Set up an alternate appearance” button.
If you do not want an additional layer of security for your iPhone, then you can go to the Face ID or Passcode options in Settings. Select the “Reset Face ID” option to disallow it.
A simple trick allows you to temporarily block Apple Face ID’s ability to unlock your iPhone. To unlock the iPhone, hold down the power button/ and volume buttons simultaneously for two seconds. To lock your device, tap the side button.