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colinwalker
colinwalker
Before getting the iPhone X I used to fill all 5 of my fingerprint slots for Touch ID. I'd register the thumb and forefinger on each hand and then re-register my right thumb (probably the most commonly used) but starting with it in a different position. I found this second registration ... colinwalker.blog
vishae
vishae

@colinwalker I thought Face ID learns each time it couldn’t recognise you and you had to enter your password?
Wouldn’t doing that essentially re-registers your face at different angles?
I put my face at really oblique angle from my phone sometimes to force it to learn how my face looks like at different angles.

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colinwalker
colinwalker

@vishae To a degree but it can still be limited. A second registration will help.