Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
Unlike Android’s Face Unlock, Apple’s Face ID is reliable and safer, to date. Earlier, when Apple launched the first iPhone with the Face ID support, people were disappointed because of uncertainty and doubts. But then, with every update, Apple has focused on security and now iPhone and iPad’s Face ID is sure to be trusted. As of now, Face ID plays a major role in protecting iPhone, iPad, Apple ID, Secure Purchases from App Store, and many more. Face ID uses the TrueDepth Front Camera of iPhone, responses correctly when the iOS and iPadOS devices are in arm’s length which unlocking.
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Unfortunately, not all the iPhone and iPad supports the Face ID, as it requires TrueDepth Front Camera, to detect your Face. Notably, if you are setting up the Face ID, don’t cover the mouth and nose with any object such as Mask or Cloth, however, it is programmed to work with the Glasses and Contact lens.
Face ID Supported iOS Devices and iPadOS Devices
Get here the list of iPhone supported Face ID and iPad supported Face ID.
Face ID Supported iPhone
- iPhone X
- iPhone XR
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
Face ID Supported iPad
- iPhone 11-inch
- iPhone 11-inch (2nd Generation)
- iPhone 12.9-inch (3rd Generation)
- iPhone 12.9-inch (4th Generation)
If your device belongs to this list, but can’t set up or unable to Set Up Face ID On iPhone or iPad, refer our detailed guide on How to Set Up & Use Face ID on iPhone: Apple Pay, Unlock, Apps and Fix Face ID Not Working.
Where can we use Face ID on iPhone and iPad?
- To unlock the device.
- To make purchases with Apple Book Store, App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple Pay.
- Sign in to the apps.
- Autofill password in Safari.