Bald person emoji, woozy face, smiling face with three hearts, foot, pleading face, and hot face were among the most engaging and highly-discussed emoji in the iOS 12.1 update, according to research conducted by Emojipedia.
The new hairless emoji, bald man and bald woman, was the most popular character, followed closely by woozy face and smiling face with three hearts.
Emojipedia gathered its data by measuring comments, retweets, and likes on various emoji characters on Twitter.
According to the data, the foot emoji saw a high number of retweets, while the smiling face with three hearts garnered a lot of likes and retweets. Of the new smiley emojis in iOS [...]
The first wave of reviews of Apple’s redesigned iPad Pro were published this morning. We’ve collected some of the key takeaways below.
The new upgraded 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models feature edge-to-edge displays that do away with the Home button, slim bezels all the way around, and a TrueDepth camera system that enables Face ID. Apple’s new iPad Pro models also work with the Apple Pencil 2 and revamped Smart Keyboards.
On the new iPad Pro design:Engadget’s Chris Velazco:
Apple says this is the iPad it’s wanted to build all along, and I’m not surprised. All the horsepower tucked away inside (and [...]
Eine richtig nützliche Funktion findet sich in aktuellen Betas von Whatsapp: Der Messenger wird künftig Touch ID und Face ID unterstützen. Macwelt News
Police in the United States are being advised not to look at iPhone screens secured with Face ID, because doing so could disable facial authentication and leave investigators needing a potentially harder-to-obtain passcode to gain access.
Face ID on iPhone X and iPhone XS attempts to authenticate a face up to five times before the feature is disabled and the user’s passcode is required to unlock the smartphone.
Elcomsoft presentation slide talking about Face ID (image via Motherboard) Given the way the security system works, Motherboard reports that forensics company Elcomsoft is advising law enforcement, „don’t look at the sceen, or else… [...]