Anonymous, 17 Jan 2021What Apple need to do is to remove face unlock and reintroduce fingerprint unlock (as in-displ... more” Let's face it nobody needs that over-engineered crap when a simple fingerprint scanner is just as reliable and fast. Don't tell me that you need it for using your iPhone hands-free because that's some major BS excuse.”
This comment right here just shows that you haven’t experienced Face ID. I’m using both Face ID and fingerprint scanner and Face ID is lot more intuitive, the more you need fps the better Face ID gets.
Trend is now that more and more apps can be locked behind authentication and so if you want to use that you need to press that fps everytime when you open those apps, for example i have had whatsapp behind Face ID for a long time, for you it would be one extra step everytime when you want to check your whatsapp. For me it feels like it’s not even locked. Same with banking apps. Automatic information fill in websites and so on. You need to use it to understand why it was instant hit among users.
I’m so glad that my next iPad Pro will have Face ID.
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2021Nice how you didint responnd to te other issues they have ;)
It is nice that it took them y... moreEvery useful feature that iOS lacks and is already mastered by Android magically becomes useful when iOS gets it. Uptil then it's called a gimmick.
Shameless iBoyzz have been repeating same talking points since a decade.
Iboyzz are ignorant about the Cons of being in a walled Garden ecosystem. Simply clueless about features that other people use. Another reason why this company is at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to innovation in the smartphone segment since Apple knows they can refuse to give their users anything new and they'll accept it like a little Sl^ve.
Wily2021, 17 Jan 2021Retina scanner wasn’t very intuitive, that’s why Samsung got rid of it because people actually... moreLol please, I always use the retina/iris scanner on my Microsoft Lumia 950 and it always works like a charm even with my glasses on. And with this current pandemic where you have to wear a mask when going outside, it's much better than face unlock.
AnonD-948658, 17 Jan 2021TouchID in the power button was the obvious way to move forward. Idk why the went with that notch.Because you can't have a full screen display with that huge home button.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2021Yup, but they are smart to stop making it to the market if it does not work out. Unlike some a... moreNice how you didint responnd to te other issues they have ;)
It is nice that it took them years to perfect tech that others already had released and others was enjoying thus proving they so slow behind tech. TBH they need to hold back tech and then release it and charge more for their devices. Guessing to people like you 120hz displays havent been perfected yet right? Only when Apple do it i guess but at least theres Youtubers put there like MKBHD and others who are using 120hz panels on the Androids
when apple will add under screen finger print. they will claim it as if they invented the thing.
TouchID in the power button was the obvious way to move forward. Idk why the went with that notch.
Every news about iPhone, particularly, these make a lot of comments for sure LOL and most comments are about to compare one iPhone with any range of Android phones.
AnonD-973296, 17 Jan 2021jokes on u im not a fanboy of any company...tbh its u kind of people that are annoyingLMFAO...ok sure? Nice try. Unlike the Apple obsessed fandroids you will not see me comment on any android related articles. I just don’t care for them.
AnonD-977427, 17 Jan 2021LMFAO.. Shocking to find one in APPLE related article right? Proves my point that these articl... morejokes on u im not a fanboy of any company...tbh its u kind of people that are annoying
AnonD-973296, 17 Jan 2021i found an apple fanboy everyone!!!!LMFAO.. Shocking to find one in APPLE related article right? Proves my point that these article are filled rabid Apple obsessed fandroids!!
I love it!
AnonD-762416, 17 Jan 2021I still use the Retina scanner on my Note 9.
You Apple folks are really fast at making up l... moreLMFAO...so it’s super clear that you’ve never experienced the conveniences of FaceID since you’re so quick to to dismiss anecdotal statements as lies.
I had the S9+ and the iris scanner was next to useless. For it to work you had to align your eyes to the markers on the screen. It was extremely slow and cumbersome. It was nowhere near in the same league as FaceID.
Really hope that Apple instead develop their FaceID to detect the iris or even retina in wide angles when full detection doesn’t work when wearing a mask.
Passive biometrics is the future and this pandemic will eventually go away. Touch ID will only be a short term solution if they do bring it back.
AnonD-977427, 17 Jan 2021LMFAO...Another Apple article comment section filled once again with Apple obsessed Fandroids... moreQuote, "Apple obsessed Fandroids."
Who holds the moral high ground - "Apple-obsessed" Blandroids or iSheeple ?
In my book, they both enjoy discussing the fortunes of the one that heralds itself with the part-bitten apple logo.
LMFAO...Another Apple article comment section filled once again with Apple obsessed Fandroids.
Damn this does not get old! The amount of time and effort these people utilise here is truly remarkable.
What Apple need to do is to remove face unlock and reintroduce fingerprint unlock (as in-display), and in the process ged rid of the stupid notch (which they couldn't because the sensors for face unlock were just too big).
Let's face it nobody needs that over-engineered crap when a simple fingerprint scanner is just as reliable and fast. Don't tell me that you need it for using your iPhone hands-free because that's some major BS excuse.
[deleted post]No, I actually corrected those "points", as you obviously just throw "facts" that doesn't match the reality.
That's a funny conclusion because I am an Android person, tell a lot about who is wrong here.
There are 4 brands I hate and that are really the worse, not because of their phones, but because of how they act with customers, they are Apple, Google, OnePlus and Samsung, it would take a miraculously good and cheap phone with the features I really want the most for me to take one of their phone.
But it doesn't prevent me from having an objective thinking and being able to recognize the good things they do.