ICloud will allow you to log in via Face ID and Touch ID
Apple is testing a new iCloud login method among iOS 13 beta testers, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina. Users can login to their account using their Face ID or Touch ID.
When you go to the website beta.icloud.com in Safari, a pop-up window appears asking you to log in using biometric data. In this case, two-factor confirmation is not required.
Developers who have tried the feature note that logging into an iCloud account using Face ID and Touch ID is much easier and safer than entering a password.
The public beta versions of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina were released two weeks ago. The final release of the new Apple operating systems will be held in September.
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