Cook responds to Trump ‘s saying Face ID not good as Home key: I’ll show him how the slide screen works

Last month, U.S. President Donald Trump sent apple CEO Tim Cook a tweet bemoaning how hard it is for an iPhone without a Home key, calling the old Touch ID “much better” than the new Face ID. In an interview on November 20, Cook responded to Trump’s request to add the Home key to his iPhone.

Cook responds to Trump spit-slot Face ID as Home key: I'll show him how the slide screen works

At the time, Mr. Trump tweeted: “Cook, the home key on the iPhone is much better than sliding the screen.” In response, the host asked, “Is it possible that you’ll take Trump’s advice and use the Home key back?” ”

Mr Cook said Face ID was popular with many people and was helping a lot of people, “maybe I’ll take a moment to show him how to use a slide screen.” ”

Cook responds to Trump spit-slot Face ID as Home key: I'll show him how the slide screen worksCook responds to Trump spit-slot Face ID as Home key: I'll show him how the slide screen works

Starting with the iPhone X, Apple has officially switched to a full-screen design, with the previous Home key abandoned and replaced by face recognition and full-face gestures, and from the details of the current exposure, the iPhone SE2, to be launched by Apple next year, may still be equipped with the Home key.

Do you prefer the Home key or Face ID?

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