CUPERTINO (CBS SF) – Apple’s next iOS update will help users wearing masks who can’t log onto their iPhones using facial recognition and enable contact tracing notifications during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In beta versions of the upcoming iOS 13.5, the phone will present users with a passcode screen if it detects a mask, according to Business Insider.

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The passcode will appear sooner than it does under the current operating system, or users can just swipe up to reach the screen.

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The update will also debut a contact tracing tool for COVID-19 exposure notifications from public health officials, as part of the company’s collaboration with Google.

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The contact tracing technology will work on both Android and iOS devices, and according to Apple, will be available sometime in May.