One of the most common complaints from fresh converts to Face ID is that it “doesn’t work” when you’re wearing sunglasses. Not everyone has this problem—it depends on the sunglasses—but early on I fell prey to it myself while wearing my gargantuan Ray-Ban aviators. Thankfully, there’s a simple setting that makes it a lot easier for Face ID to recognize your mug when you’re sporting your favorite shades (although it comes at the expensive of sacrificing a bit of security). Here’s how you do it.
You have probably noticed the model identifier, something like MQAC2ZP/A in the About section in the Settings app while checking the version number of the iOS software update installed on your device, but probably might not have thought about what it meant.
By default, apps on your iPhone or iPad will update automatically overnight when they’re connected to power and a Wi-Fi network. It’s a really useful feature if you’re the kind of person who always wants to use the latest version of the apps. But the way that some app updates move, this can be a double-edged sword.
I prefer to keep my iPhone in silent mode especially when I am in office. However, the problem with that is I end up missing calls, messages and notifications. If you are from an era where you used a BlackBerry, then I have some good news as there is a cool way to address this problem on your iPhone.