No more or less seriously than the server designs I do that get used for financial transactions on the other end of the internet from those Apple Macs. Dec 6, 6: Why would Apple things that don't get used? Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: I am looking for built in settings to change the login type or software that can use to unlock the system using face authetication. Apple has suggested that Face ID will work with hats and scarves, but we'll have to wait and see if that bears out in real-world testing. This was more in answer to something mentioned in a post now gone than to yours.
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Surprised the iMac Pro doesnt have Facial Recognition or Touch ID
Dec 6, 2: Lock or unlock your Mac with face recognition. That's not most Macs at this point. Plenty of other PCs, mostly on the business side, have for years had their own proprietary fingerprint readers as well, although those have never been as fast or easy to use as Touch ID. Discover New Mac Apps. Or that if it wasn't necessary to do that to get a secure image, the iPhone X wouldn't have to go to the trouble of adding an infrared scanner. As there is no infrared light source in any current MacBooks the technology behind FaceID is not supported by the hardware.