According to the Bloomberg journalist, facial recognition will become the basis for authorization on all the company’s equipment.
Apple plans to add support for unlocking the device using Face ID to its Mac computers in the next “couple of years,” said Bloomberg journalist and insider Mark Gurman.
According to him, Apple wants to install face recognition in almost all of its products, including cheaper versions of smartphones and tablets iPhone SE and iPad Air.
Now the devices have the Touch ID fingerprint unlock function installed. Apple is in no hurry to replace it, because it is a “cheaper alternative” to Face ID, which at the same time provides a high level of security.
Gurman also believes that Pro-models of devices will differ from cheaper ones by the presence of a camera under the screen.