It finally just works.
Apple’s had facial recognition technologyMORE ON THIS TOPIC FROM FORBESGoogle’s New Nest Hub Max Raises Questions About How Much We Still Value Our PrivacyAmerica’s Views On Face Recognition And Surveillance Cameras5 Best Gaming Laptops Under $1,000 for unlocking its phones for two years now, since iPhone X. But as a two-year owner on several iPhone X’s (I named the most recent one “Unbroken” for a reason), the company’s Face ID technology wasn’t great.
It was slow.
And it required just the right angle to work.