Apple MacBook Pro 2020 To Sport Face ID For The First Time

”Face ID” is a face recognition function, which is gradually expanded from the iPhone to iPad Pro on. By 2020, the Apple MacBook Pro notebook could be equipped with Face ID face recognition function.

According to reports, The Face ID will be first intruduced in the MacBook Pro notebook, and then in the other MacBooks in use. In addition, the Face ID seems to be installed in the iPad Air models.

There are rumors that the MacBook and Mac will be issued with Face ID. In addition, Apple filed for the patent information displayed is expected to increase this function.

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Current MacBook Pro and MacBook models have Touch ID (fingerprint identification), but when you use an external keyboard or display to leave your Mac, it’s more cumbersome to reach out. Face ID can correctly read distant faces.

Apple recently released the MacBook Pro 16 series notebook. The 16-inch MacBook Pro comes with a 2. 6GHz hexa-Core i7 or 2.3GHz octa-core i9 processor. The i7 model of the standard graphics configurations are AMD Radeon Pro 5300M, with 4GB of memory and integrated Intel UHD 630 chip. The graphics card can be dynamically switched to extend battery life.

The i9 model will be equipped with a 1TB hard drive. In addition to the AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics card with 4GB of video memory, you can also choose the AMD Radeon Pro 5500M with 8GB GDDR6 memory. Both models are now available with up to 8TB of SSD hard disk and 64GB of 2666 DDR4 memory. The new power supply increased by 12W and improved the cooling system. The power adapter has also changed, its physical size is the same as the 15-inch MacBook Pro adapter, but the power has been increased from 87 watts to 96 watts.


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