This is a bandwagon I can ride. Dave won’t buy another Mac until it has Face ID.
The Mac needs, no, demands Face ID, Apple’s latest marriage of convenience and security.,, Apple’s Touch ID married convenience to security, but kept the password around; just in case. Face ID derailed Touch ID because it is more convenient, works better, and once you try it on a screaming fast new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR, you don’t know what you’re missing.
So, Face ID needs to come to the Mac or what?
I’m in the market for a new desktop Mac, and my eyes are squarely on the iMac Pro, thanks to it being far less expensive than an original $2,495 Mac from 1984 in 2018 dollars. But I’ve decided to hold off any new purchase until Apple has Face ID on the Mac.
What’s taking Apple so long? Face ID seems to be a clear point of differentiation.