Face ID is Apple’s latest attempt to revolutionize the world of smartphones, and technology seems like real magic when it works, as it should. However, sometimes the Face ID does not work as it should. When the system can not recognize you, an unpleasant situation arises: it is unclear how to make another attempt without opening the main screen or the last used application. If you just need to unlock your iPhone X to see your notifications, it will not be that simple.
It seems that the only option is to lock the phone, and then try to authenticate again. It really works, but it’s a long and uncomfortable way. Fortunately, there is another way to make a second authentication attempt after a Face ID error.
After an unsuccessful attempt, you can make a second, using a gesture that at first seems rather complicated. After the error on the lock screen, pull
It’s unclear if this function was added intentionally, but in this way, it is very fast and convenient to open notifications after unsuccessful authentication.