Apple is preparing to support Mac devices with facial recognition technology

The latest reports confirmed Apple's plans to support Mac devices in the coming years with facial recognition technology. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg revealed Apple's preparations to bring the facial recognition system into Mac computers and to advance the technology over the next two years.

Gurman has indicated that Apple plans to bring Face ID technology to most of the company's products in the end, after the technology was introduced in the iPhone. It is also expected that the company's low-cost versions of the iPhone SE series and later iPad Air devices will support facial recognition technology, as an alternative to the fingerprint recognition technology currently used in these versions.

The report also added that Apple would later adopt the camera design in the hole in the screen, which will be the main point of difference between premium devices and low-cost phones that come with a notch in the screen for the front camera.

It is noteworthy that the facial recognition system enhances the protection standards in Apple devices better, and also supports augmented reality technology, and Gurman confirmed that the delay in using the technology in Mac computers is due to the thin design of the screens of devices with which it is difficult to add the Face ID system.

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