iOS 8 beta 1 is currently available to users who registered for a developer’s account and the public version is expected to be launched in September […]
5 days back, Apple held WWDC session with developers. I should say, I was held back by the new features of iOS 8 and OS X 10.10. Some features were very new and handy but yet not to perfect. Apple has announced that it will release the beta version the same day for all the developers, a public release of beta during the summer and then will release bug-less iOS 8 in fall.
This tweak adds another unlocking feature to your device. Instead of entering your passcode, use TouchID or have to slide to unlock, this tweak simply uses the facial recognition feature to unlock the device as long as the face is visible to the front camera. This tweak is still in beta version and you should expect some errors and glitches. The official version is yet to be announced