The FaceIQ app has finally launched on the Apple Watch.
The device was first announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference last month, but it’s still in beta and has only been available to those with an Apple Watch or the Apple Pay app.
You can’t use FaceIQ to connect with Face ID facial recognition or to take selfies, but you can add your own content to the experience, like videos, videos that are recorded from your smartphone or the latest news.
You can also add FaceIQ’s new “features,” like a custom camera that’s capable of capturing the features of your face (such as a smile or an expression), or add your iPhone photo to your Face ID fingerprint scanner.
It’s all designed to help users better understand what the app can do.
If you’re using a Face ID enabled iPhone, you can connect to FaceIQ via FaceID’s own web interface.
If you’re a Mac user, you’ll have to download the FaceIQ client app on your computer, which uses Face ID to recognize the device.
Face ID can only work in portrait mode, meaning that the camera is focused on your face rather than your eyes.
If your FaceID is turned off, you’re essentially just using your phone’s camera, not your face.
I have no doubt FaceIQ will be useful for some people, but for the vast majority of users, the Face ID system will probably be too intrusive.
For many people, Face ID is a huge hassle.
If the app makes the most of its simplicity, it’ll be a huge success for Face ID, but Face ID will still be used by the vast, vast majority.