Apple have long been added to their operating system tool to store passwords in iCloud. You can do this by using keychain. However, according to network sources, in the future, the cupertinos are to empower corporate password Manager.
Based on the information that was discovered in iOS 14, Apple plans to add keychain support to generate codes for two-factor authentication. This is already long enough to offer a third-party password managers. However, the latter are often distributed on a paid basis, and empowering keychain Apple can make the tool more attractive to users.
In addition cupertinos can “teach” your password Manager to alert users about duplicate or too simple passwords. Thus, Apple wants to deal with situations where after receiving by hackers of data from one service they can access to other user accounts.