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  • Apple's iOS 13.5 beta will allow faster unlocking with a face mask & notify you COVID-19 Exposure

    Apple's iOS 13.5 beta will allow faster unlocking with a face mask & notify you COVID-19 Exposure

    If you're an Apple iPhone user, you would find unlocking your iPhone to be a hassle because of the face mask. Thankfully, the company is working on that and according to reports, the new iOS 13.5 beta will focus on the Face ID as well as "detecting" COVID-19 exposure for the outbreak period. By the way, there's also a new iOS 13.4.1 update patch but we will get to that later. 

  • Apple could bring Face ID to MacBooks and iMac PCs in the future

    Apple could bring Face ID to MacBooks and iMac PCs in the future

    Countries around the world might be going into restrictions, but the march of technology continues. Recently, new patent filings from Apple were found, detailing the possible implementation of the Face ID technology for devices other than the iPhone. Just like how Microsoft uses Windows Hello with Windows PCs, Apple will be using Face ID for its computers.

  • A new N95 Surgical Mask that unlocks your phone with your face printed on it will cost RM160!

    A new N95 Surgical Mask that unlocks your phone with your face printed on it will cost RM160!

    The face mask is now essential to everybody due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This has made it hard to unlock our phones using Apple or Android face ID by removing the mask every time. To solve that,  a company has decided to solve this issue by developing N95 masks that can unlock your phones!

  • iPhone waves goodbye to notch in this new year

    iPhone waves goodbye to notch in this new year

    Today is the first day of 2020 and we’ve received really good news about Apple’s future. There is evidence claiming that the iPhones will be getting a makeover and this time, it is not about new colours or new camera design. The company has filed a patent of an iPhone without the notch and it looks promising.

  • Facial recognition system on iPhones is more secure that the ones at airports

    Facial recognition system on iPhones is more secure that the ones at airports

    Facial recognition is deemed to be one of the secure ways to carry out identity verification. These days, many security checkpoints, airports, and even smartphones have started leaning toward the technology for identification. However, is the technology that reliable? Researchers at Krenon, an AI company, have announced they were able to trick some of the facial recognition systems with a 3D mask they made.