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Apple will probably bring Face ID to Macs with more features

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Today, in a report quoted by Bloomberg, we informed you that Apple intends to add Face ID to the iMac 2022. This makes sense given the Cupertino-based patent filed in late March 2018. They are looking for a new and more advanced version of Face ID They were for Mac computers.

According to Patently Apple, Apple’s patent shows an updated version of Facebook ID technology that was expected to hit the market by now. But supply chain problems and supply shortages of this technology may last for years 2023 Or 2024 Postponed.

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The patent states that these systems and techniques can be used to receive facial expressions and emotions, make video calls, create emojis, encrypt information, unlock devices, enhance passwords, differentiate between users, and the like.

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The image below is at the top of this technology iMac And at the bottom Macbook it shows. The new version of Face ID uses an optical pattern detection module that includes a light source and an optical sensor. It also has a controller that can compare predefined optical patterns with its optical patterns.

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According to Bloomberg, Face ID will not be used on MacBook any time soon, but we can expect the technology to be implemented on an iMac or a External monitor Let’s look at the next generation Pro XDR display. Of course, it is not yet clear exactly what features will be included with this module, but we can be sure that face recognition will be one of these features.

Earlier it was reported that Apple is working on a new external monitor that will use the A13 chip. We also expect to see a new 27-inch IOMC later this year.

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Adib Zahedi is the CEO and Founder of mazhd.com. He has nearly a decade of experience in IT, including two years spent working on a Youtube Chennal. He is also an author and writes articles for mazhd.com. Has articles include tutorials and covers everything from Windows PCs to smartphone's software.

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