IOS 13.5 update prompt that is now reaching all iPhone users. (Image: News18.com)
Apple has also brought its Exposure Notification API through the iOS 13.5 update, which can be used by the smartphone contact tracing app.
The iOS 13.5 update for iOS is here for users around the world, bringing a much-needed update that makes it easy for iPhone users to unlock their devices while wearing masks. The update takes into account the prevailing healthcare regulations worldwide, suggesting people wear masks in public at all times. Along with an update to Face ID to accommodate masks on Face, Apple’s iOS 13.5 update also brings an exposure notification API, which Apple has introduced to enable seamless integration of the Kovid-19 contact tracing app by national or regional regional departments Made in association with Google.
As seen in the release note for iOS 13.5, iPhone users who use Face ID, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 instead of Touch ID . Pro Max will automatically see the numeric passcode field presented to them, along with turning on the iPhone display and attempting to unlock the device when wearing a mask. This small but significant increase can go a long way in reducing moderation for users, who are now either stuck excessively to remove their masks in order to unlock their iPhones, or by automatically changing the passcode field Repeated failed face recognition attempts wait to be recorded before turning on. . The update can be quite helpful for healthcare professionals, for whom repeatedly removing their face masks or waiting too long to be able to unlock their devices can be a major obstacle.
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