In the beta versions of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina appeared the possibility to log in to iCloud using Face ID and Touch ID, 9to5mac reports. “For beta testers iOS 13, iPadOS 13 Catalina and macOS Apple is testing a new sign-in process iCloud in the browser. When you visit beta.icloud.com on the device running the beta, you can now log in to your account using Face ID or Touch ID”, the portal says. When you try to sign in to iCloud on devices that have installed the beta versions of the firmware there is a new pop-up window with the question about entering the system with the use of biometric data. The new function should appear in release versions of firmware, the output of which is scheduled for fall 2019. As reported by Apple during the WWDC 2019, iOS 13 will also get dark mode. Sensor facial recognition Face ID to new firmware will work 30 percent faster. The size of the application updates the new firmware will be reduced by 60%, and the speed of running apps will double.
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