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People Are Wearing Respirator Masks In The Bay Area And Getting Locked Out Of Face ID

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Air quality in the San Francisco Bay Area has worsened, as a result of the wildfires. According to Business Insider, many residents have been forced to wear respirator masks to venture outdoors. This is becoming a predicament for certian iPad and iPhone users whose devices unlock with Face ID. This isn't the first time that Apple has received complaints about the inefficiency of Face ID, but this brings it to a new level. Many Face ID users are taking to social media to post selfies with their masks along with complaints about being locked out of their devices.

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