Apple has shown it to everyone again. In early May 2022, Apple, Google and Microsoft jointly declared that passwordless login with security keys was coming “sometime in 2023”. Now the iPhone company has packed its version of the login – Apple calls it “Passkeys” – directly into its new mobile operating system iOS 16. It has been available to users since Monday. This is how Apple wants to make passwords superfluous.


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