iPhone X Face ID Won’t Work When Battery Is Below 10%
Apple has rolled out documentation to provide more information on its Face ID facial recognition system, revealing that this feature might not work unless the battery level is above 10 percent.
In other words, if your iPhone has switched to low-power mode, entering the passcode manually is the only way to unlock the device and Apple Pay isn’t going to work with Face ID.
Apple also says that just like it was the case with Touch ID, Face ID isn’t going to work after you turn on or restart the device and the passcode will be asked instead. There are also some other requirements, such as unlocking the device at least once in 48 hours, otherwise the passcode will be required once again.
Face ID is automatically blocked after five unsuccessful attempts to match a face, and this is a welcome security measure that Apple introduced to prevent unauthorized access to the device. And last but n… (read more)