X (previously known as Twitter) will now let its users login with a passkey instead of a password – but only on iOS devices. X announced its intentions to adopt the passwordless technology a while back, and now it has launched the feature for iPhone users. It allows for a quicker way to login, only requiring users to authenticate with whatever they use to lock their device, such as their fingerprint, FaceID, or PIN. 


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