If you’re wearing a face mask covering your mouth and nose, you can use a face ID to unlock your iPhone 12 or iPhone 13. Here’s how to turn this feature on. Before you start, make sure your iPhone is updated to iOS 15.4 or later.
In settings, Scroll down and tap face ID and passcode. And enter your passcode. Then tap to turn on Face ID with a mask. And tap and use face ID with the mask to confirm. Next, tap get started at the bottom of the screen to set it up.
Make sure that you’re holding your iPhone in portrait orientation and position your face within the frame. You should not be wearing a face mask during the setup process. Now move your head to complete the circle because face ID focuses on unique points around your eyes. When a mask is detected, you will be asked to complete a second scan. If you’re wearing glasses. If you’re unable to move your head, tap accessibility options at the bottom of the screen. Tap done at the bottom of the screen when the scan is finished. If you want to set up an alternate appearance, tap set up an alternate appearance.
Face ID is designed to work with glasses that have clear lenses, but you can add your frames for better accuracy by tapping add glasses. You can add up to four pairs, which is handy if you switch between frames. Now your iPhone can identify you while you’re wearing a face mask, so you can unlock your phone. Use Apple Pay, and complete any other task. Use his face ID to learn more about your iPhone.