While Apple's technique for Face ID was used on the iPhone X, X S X S Max and X R is impressive It is questionable if it is more convenient than Touch ID. There is also concern that your face could be used to track shopping patterns or be seen during mass surveillance by intelligence agencies. More importantly, it might be easier for law enforcement and even thieves to force you to unlock your iPhone.
Apple claims that Face ID is 20 times stronger than Touch ID, but no matter which one you use The same worry comes up: Can the police, the mugger, and other would-be assailants force you to unlock your iPhone with biometric verification? ? Or could an evil twin use his own face to unlock your new iPhone X X S X S Max or X R ? (The answer to the last one is definitely yes.)
When it comes to law enforcement, we already know that it's legal for police officers to unlock their iPhone with Touch ID, as long as they have a warrant. And we can assume that the same can be said for Face ID someday. However, you can not legally ensure that you unlock the device by using the password or password given in the fifth supplement.
Is there a way to quickly disable the Face ID within seconds without anyone wiser to prevent prosecution? other outsiders use your face to unlock the device? Yes, and it was confirmed by Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, in an email correspondence with Keith Krimbel in September 2017. However, there are actually a few options
Option 1: Force a Password (Turn Off the Screen)
To disable the userid in an emergency on either the lock screen, the home screen, or an open application, just press and hold the page Button simultaneously with the volume up or volume down buttons. You could even push and hold all three together if you wanted. Hold for about two seconds.
This is the same operation you would use to shut down your iPhone X, X S X S Max, or X R .
If you have taken a screenshot instead (if you have selected the Volume up key), you have not pressed and pressed long enough. You must see that the switch turns off to switch off the device. As soon as this screen appears, release, otherwise you will accidentally start the countdown for Emergency SOS and call 911.
More important Note: If your face unlocked the screen before you pressed the shortcut or if you were already in an unlocked state On the Home screen or in an app, you either need to click the Page button once to turn off the screen or turn it off to fall asleep yourself. If you pass it on without this step, you will still be able to access your phone as it is already unlocked.
Option 2: Force a passcode (Emergency SOS)
On all other iPhone models in iOS 11 and iOS 12, if you press the side button 5 times in a row (also Sleep / Wake button Off)) activates the Emergency SOS screen which disables the Touch ID until a passcode is entered.
X S X S Max and X R Five quick clicks on the "Side" button also activate Emergency SOS , only it goes directly into the countdown mode, not on the screen, on which also "can be switched off", so you must stop manually to call 911. But after you do this, you've effectively disabled the face ID, just like the other option.
Important Notice: Same as option 1, if your face has already unlocked the screen If you have run the five clicks or have been unlocked on the Home screen or in an app, you must either Click once on the "Page" button to turn off the screen or to let him fall asleep himself. If you pass it on without this step, you will still be able to access your phone because it is already unlocked.
If you do not like this method or you're worried about calling 911 by mistake, you can disable the five-In the Settings app, click a link. Just tap on "Emergency SOS" and uncheck "Works with 5 clicks."
Option 3: Force a Passcode (Fail or Reboot)
Other Ways to Disable Face ID on the iPhone X X S X S Max, and X R without going into the settings are too many face-ID attempts and failed to shut down or restart the device, the latter being seen on Apple's September 2017 where Federighi had to enter the passcode before he could use Face ID on stage. However, if you want Face ID to be temporary, you may overkill and restart the iPhone X, X S X S and X R disable, because you need to do the same thing as option 1, but with more steps.