On the evening of September 17, Apple released iOS 12 for users worldwide. One of the most useful improvements to the firmware was auto-filling of passwords working with third-party services. In other words, a new feature made compatible with popular password managers like 1Password.
The owners of compatible iPhone and iPad can use third-party services for auto-filling passwords and forms in browsers and other applications along with iCloud Keychain. Moreover, users can even disable the default password Manager and Apple to rely on third-party solutions. The updates that support the new feature has already been released 1Password, Dashlane and LastPass.
To begin using the new password Manager, open the menu “Settings” — “Passwords and accounts”. In this section settings, you can add third-party services and disable iCloud Keychain. AutoFill data will be filled upon verification of your identity using Face ID, Touch ID or passcode.
Support for autocomplete passwords and forms using third-party services is not the only new feature in iOS 12. To learn about all the innovations of the firmware, you can out our detailed review.
Source: The Verge