Face ID, Apple’s facial-recognition system that’s currently found on some iPhone and iPad models, may soon arrive at Mac computers, consistent with 9to5Mac.
A replacement extension on the macOS Big Sur beta 3 for developers contains references to PearlCamera, which is Apple’s internal code name for Face ID and therefore the TrueDepth camera that permits the safety feature.
The implementation, however, is claimed to still be within the early stages, so it remains unclear when Apple will roll out a Mac computer with a TrueDepth camera to figure with Face ID.
Digital Trends has reached bent Apple to verify that Face ID is coming to Mac computers.
The public beta of macOS Big Sur is predicted to roll out within the month to participants of the Apple software program.
The OS is about to be officially released this fall.