Apple is working to introduce biometric FaceID to iMac and MacBook, new patent filing indicates

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Apple is planning to bring FaceID feature for iMac and MacBook. Image Credit: Apple/The US Patent & Trademark Office
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Apple is planning to bring FaceID feature for iMac and MacBook. Image Credit: Apple/The US Patent & Trademark Office

It will use a light pattern recognition module to determine the face of the user

A patent filed by Apple indicates that the company is considering adding FaceID biometric authentication to its Mac range, including both desktops and laptops. The US Patent & Trademark Office p...

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