Apple first launched the face ID feature in the iPhone X launched in 2017. The feature is running smoothly since then, but the only drawback is that it only works in iPhone. But the good news is that the face ID recognition feature can soon debut in Mac.
The report first came in 9to5Mac stating that the code for the latest macOS Big Sur beta has hints about the face ID. It’s a hint which means a long shot. And there’s also reference for TrueDepth in the codes which references to the exact camera codes used by Apple in the iPhone.
The report also mentioned names like “PearlCamera” ,”FaceDetect”, and “BioCapture.” According to the report these are all the names similar to the codes used for Face ID in iOS.
All that sure sounds fun, but those are still speculations and nothing is concrete yet. If that turns into reality then the mac devices will become very convenient and thus also see a marginal increase in their prices. With face recognition technology Apple can really fill a gap, which could result in more sales and better bouquet features for customers.
We will get an official news only when Apple will drop it from their side. Lets hope for the best and keep our fingers crossed.