Sunday, November 14, 2021

Why Apple has not included Face ID in M1 Pro and M1 Max


Face ID in M1 Pro and M1 Max

Apple has recently launched M1 pro and M1 max to the market and has received much positive response from the technology experts. However, most tech experts were critical of Apple for not including Face ID on the notch and I could understand the reasons for Apple not including the Face ID authentication in the MacBook. Following are my reasons for not including Face ID in the latest M1 pro and M1 Max
  • Automatic password/purchase authentication: Since most users will be spending their time working on the MacBook, there are chances that the payment authentication can happen automatically through Face ID and may result in monetary loss.
  • Accidental Face authentication without usage: Other concern of integrating Face ID into the notch of the latest MacBook is that, even if you are not using your MacBook and your family or kid using for few minutes, there are chances that the Face ID authentication may happen automatically if your come closer to the MacBook. 
Even though, Apple can address above concerns with new system preference or options, it may not be feasible for basic users to modify those settings and would eventually complicate their Face ID authentication process. For more such articles, please feel free to check out the “G R Team Sites”