1. J Dubbs's Avatar
    So would you guys and gals be comfortable having your eyes scanned multiple times a day for the rest of your life to unlock your phone? Would you be worried about possible eye issues like cancers/cataracts etc down the road?
    08-18-2016 10:19 AM
  2. LeoRex's Avatar
    It's basically an IR camera... nothing to worry about.
    08-18-2016 10:22 AM
  3. Aquila's Avatar
    It's not really "scanning" anything; it's basically a camera coupled with a weak IR sensor that tries to figure out when there is a face in front of the phone. From a health perspective, it's probably much safer than the eye tracking sensors also used in phones. Which is to say, approximately 0% of people will have negative impacts from that and those that would, are merely compounding the impacts of looking at the screen that much. Looking at the screen all day is WAY worse for your eyes than anything this camera will do.
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    08-18-2016 10:25 AM
  4. libra89's Avatar
    Not concerned. Used it on the Lumia 950 and it's kind of cool, if not fickle too.
    08-18-2016 11:15 AM
  5. felonioushunk's Avatar
    I set up the Iris Scanner on my new Note 7 today and I was surprised by how FAST it was, but I thought to myself "It is no faster than the fingerprint scanner". So I just turned it off.
    08-19-2016 03:19 PM

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