Hidden feature iOS 13 allows you to go into iCloud without a password
12.07.2019 0 Comments
Apple developers are testing iCloud authorization without having to enter a password in iOS 13. On an iPhone running iOS 13 beta, logging into an iCloud account is possible using the Touch ID fingerprint scanner or the Face ID face recognition function.
Innovation has so far been implemented only in the tested web version of the iCloud service at beta.icloud.com. When you go to the site with the iPhone running iOS 13 beta, users are offered quick authorization via Touch ID or Face ID. Sign in instantly, allowing you to go to all the functions of the iCloud web service without entering a password.
A similar feature works on iPad running beta versions of iPadOS 13 and Mac computers with a beta version of macOS Catalina installed. In all cases, authorization via Touch ID or Face ID does not require the use of two-factor authentication.
The new feature should be part of the final versions of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Earlier it was reported that Apple will release new firmware on September 10.
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