7. Use Face ID for everything or nothing
If you don’t feel comfortable using Face ID for everything, you can go into the Settings and disable Face ID for a particular feature.
For instance, you can choose between Face ID and a regular password for iTunes, the App Store and unlocking your iPhone. You can also disable Face ID for Apple Pay, Safari AutoFill and individual apps.
8. Are you here?
Face ID also provides many small advantages compared to Touch ID. For instance, you can enable some attention-aware features. The second you look away from your phone, the display will dim.
And if your iPhone knows you’re there, iOS can also lower the volume of alerts because you don’t need a loud text alert if you’re already using your phone.