Set up Face ID with a Mask and Glasses on Your iPhone 13

Apple continues to make things easier for its users with the many features it introduces. They kept up with the pandemic’s new changes by providing certain impressive features. The first was the feature that allows users to set up Face ID while their mask is on.

However, that wasn’t enough; those who used glasses needed to be considered. If you have an iPhone 13 and don’t know how to set up a Face ID with a mask and glasses, this guide will help you.

Step-By-Step Guide On Setting Up Face ID With a Mask and Glasses On iPhone 13

Setting up your Face ID with your glasses and mask on helps ensure accuracy when unlocking your iPhone. Interestingly, the steps to follow for this are easy, and they include:

Tap the Settings Icon on your home screen and select Face ID & Passcode. Next, fill in your passcode to continue with the process.

Then, select the “Use Face ID With a Mask” slider and tap Use Face ID with a mask.

Next, select Get Started and scan every angle of your face like you do during the normal Face ID setup.

After you’re done scanning every angle of your face, tap Done.

Once this is done, tap Add Glasses. Then, put on your preferred pair of glasses (Note that this feature doesn’t work with sunglasses).

Next, select Continue, position your face, and scan. After this is completed, tap Done.

If you change your glasses regularly, you can add up to four pairs of glasses. With this, you can conveniently unlock your phone with a mask and glasses on.

Nevertheless, if you have previously Set up the “Face ID with a mask” feature, follow these steps;

  • Settings, then Tap Face ID with a Mask.
  • Next, enter your passcode to gain access.
  • Select Add Glasses and tap Continue on the pop-up menu.
  • Finally, scan your face with your glasses on.

Ori Otokpa

Ori is a medicine major, realtor, and content writer with over 5+ years of working experience. Through years of in-depth tech research and writing she has garnered sufficient knowledge to teach and help people find their way around tech. Ori’s goals are to broaden her expertise, travel the world, and go on as many adventures as possible.

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