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Apple’s iOS 13 update and MacOS Catalina include a new security feature that requires nothing more than Face ID or Touch ID to sign into iCloud from the web, 9t05Mac reports.
When visiting the iCloud on iPads, iPhones and MacBooks through Safari, a pop-up prompting Face or Touch ID sign-in now appears on screen.
The feature is currently available in beta for iOS 13 and MacOS Catalina.
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