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Faceid Vs Fingerprint by neuf(m): 2:57pm On Feb 08
With the recently introduced "MaskID" embedded in iOS 15.4 public beta released by Apple; there have been a quiet a noise about it in the tech-verse.

For iPhone users, this update is great given the situation the world is in now but as usual there's a small minority of people mostly Android folks that keep asking "why not introduce fingerprint back on the iPhone?"

Although to me, both system are good at what they are meant to do, there is one statement that the pro fingerprint group keep making that usually sounds okay on the surface until you reason it deeply then you find out how dumb the statement is.

The statement isn't really the problem but the vast majority of people that are quick to point it out. I fear for future generations if basic thinking is hard for our generation to do.

Here's the statement which is usually in the Top 5 points on why fingerprint is better than FaceID:

[i]"With fingerprint, you can unlock your phone without looking at it."[\i]

As we can agree, on the surface it sounds reasonable to be considered a good point but if you think it further it begs the question "why would you unlock your phone if you don't intend to look at it in the first place?"
Because once you look at your phone FaceID comes into play which invalidate the whole point.

sighs!
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flamees(m): 4:41pm On Feb 08
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flytime: 5:23pm On Feb 08
Flamees:
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up
the iPhone would detect if you're aware or not
So it won't open when asleep

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by neuf(m): 5:46pm On Feb 08
Flamees:
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up

you haven't fallen asleep before
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by aminusodiq(m): 5:50pm On Feb 08
neuf:


you haven't fallen asleep before
it wont work while sleeping.. And wont work with one eyesclosed. Ive tried it before

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by BlaqFaze: 5:57pm On Feb 08
Flamees:
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up
Lol finger print is less secure when someone is sleeping

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by OneGeek(m): 7:03pm On Feb 08
Flamees:
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up

She would have to hold both your eyes open too while at it.

With fingerprint, she only has to nudge you to free your hands. It's much more convenient for anyone to cop your fingerprint when you're asleep
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flamees(m): 7:30pm On Feb 08
OneGeek:


She would have to hold both your eyes open too while at it.

With fingerprint, she only has to nudge you to free your hands. It's much more convenient for anyone to cop your fingerprint when you're asleep
Iphone can actually open with your eyes closed google it
But finger print is less secure in that aspect sha

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flamees(m): 7:31pm On Feb 08
neuf:


you haven't fallen asleep before
Lmao
She been try am with me
Immediately she lift my hands I Wake up asap
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Chiver(m): 8:08pm On Feb 08
I would always prefer fingerprint to face id cos of the various accessbility options that come with it

i mean, i can pick calls, turn off alarms, record call conversations and even take pictures and make security verifications using the fingerprint sensor

anyways, what do i know? undecided
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Nobody: 8:23pm On Feb 08
Flamees:

Lmao
She been try am with me
Immediately she lift my hands I Wake up asap
All this argument just cos of babe, una get tym sha, make anybody daughter come try nonsense with me as soon as she try open my fone, I go just put her hand inside hot water
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by neuf(m): 9:28pm On Feb 08
aminusodiq:
it wont work while sleeping.. And wont work with one eyesclosed. Ive tried it before

we was referring to fingerprint. The other guy implied that if you sleep and someone raise your finger, you will automatically wake up.
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by neuf(m): 9:30pm On Feb 08
Flamees:

Lmao
She been try am with me
Immediately she lift my hands I Wake up asap

you weren't fully asleep... e get sleep wey go catch you, them wear you suit with correct tie and you still dey sleep like this

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by neuf(m): 9:32pm On Feb 08
Chiver:
I would always prefer fingerprint to face id cos of the various accessbility options that come with it

i mean, i can pick calls, turn off alarms, record call conversations and even take pictures and make security verifications using the fingerprint sensor

anyways, what do i know? undecided

absolutely nothing it seems.

FaceID IS NOT FACE UNLOCK

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by aminusodiq(m): 10:46pm On Feb 08
neuf:


we was referring to fingerprint. The other guy implied that if you sleep and someone raise your finger, you will automatically wake up.
noo.. You wont wake up. At all.
. This was the method my babe used to catch me when i was cheating. She unlockef my phone with my fingerprints

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Luciluv: 7:00am On Feb 09
Once you activated these two features in the FaceID settings. No one can unlock your phone if you’re not aware and looking into the Face ID sensor camera. So, I think it’s the best secure form of security ever.

My babe use to open my phone when I was using infinix and Redmi with my fingerprint anything I went out to drink and return back. At times, it leads to she beating me grin Cox of one thing one thing.

iPhones with fingerprint are less secured. I use to open her iPhone 7 with her fingerprint while she sleep. All these na old tales as I’m very single now and happy. Thanks all

Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flamees(m): 9:29am On Feb 09
Senomii:

All this argument just cos of babe, una get tym sha, make anybody daughter come try nonsense with me as soon as she try open my fone, I go just put her hand inside hot water
Redpiller grin
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Flamees(m): 9:29am On Feb 09
neuf:


you weren't fully asleep... e get sleep wey go catch you, them wear you suit with correct tie and you still dey sleep like this

Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by scarycuteface(m): 10:58am On Feb 13
I still prefer fingerprint sensor to be honest
Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Notyourfriend: 12:22pm On Feb 13
Iris scanner
Face ID
Fingerprint scanners

Listed according to their level of security
( they all have their disadvantages )

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Re: Faceid Vs Fingerprint by Jaculze(m): 2:07pm On Feb 13
Flamees:
Finger print is more secured
Imagine when you're sleeping and your babe just puts your iphone to your face kasala go burst
But imagine when she's trying to raise your finger as a sharp man u go wake up
she can still do that with your finger too while you're asleep. Password is the best.

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