CLOSE If you can’t purchase a mask, here’s how to make one from a t-shirt. USA TODAYYou’re wearing a mask, as encouraged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and possibly by your local government during this coronavirus outbreak, and you want to use FaceID to open your iPhone or Android phone. Is there a way?Yes, says a Chinese researcher from Tencent’s Xuanwu lab. But according to Apple, this is frowned upon big time and could affect the integrity of your phone.There are several hacks available online, and most will send the user to reregister for FaceID on the iPhone by covering the left and right side of their face separately. After the researcher from Tencent originally demonstrated and popularized this setup, many others copied and tweaked with videos on YouTube. Apple is adamant, however, that this shouldn’t work.”Face ID is designed to work with your eyes, nose, and mouth visible,” the company said in a statement to USA TODAY. The company discourages iPhone users from using FaceID with a mask on and instead encourages just using the six-digit passcode to unlock the phone. Apple says that users who manipulate Face ID enrollment with face coverings are more likely to end up with iPhones or iPads that

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