Apple might be planning to bring Face ID to all future products

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When it comes to security, most Apple products rely on Face ID. The technology uses a TrueDepth camera system to create a detailed 3D map of the user's face, which allows it to "remember" the user for activities such as unlocking the phone and making purchases. However, there are some new products including the iPhone SE (2020) and the entry-level iPad are still using Touch ID for such purposes. It's reported that Apple might change that soon by equipping all of its future products with Face ID.

According to journalist Mark Gurman, Apple plans to bring Face ID to all relevant devices, including the iPhone SE range, iPads, and all Macs. It is worth mentioning that Gurman has a good track record for Apple information, but we still need to take a pinch of salt for what the future holds.

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Apple iPhone SE (2020)

However, the source mentions that it doesn't necessarily mean that the upcoming iPhone SE 3 will come with a Face ID, or the company will stop using Touch ID. Although Face ID is the latest security feature made by the company, there are still some customers who actually prefer the "old" method. Therefore, Apple might have to juggle well between these two features to satisfy different needs.

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