Apple’s Touch ID and Face ID is one of the safest biometric technologies in the market. According to the reports, iCloud sign in will be more flexible on iPad, iPhone, and macOS Catalina. iOS testers are working on a beta version of this new log-in with the use of Touch ID and Face ID. It will be easier and is the next level of technology from Apple. The process is more secured while compared to passwords or signing in with the help of two-factor authentication process.
Apple device owners can unlock their products with the use of these features, but currently, in the case of iCloud, users can only sign in to their accounts using a password. Recently, the company is working on high security on its products and other software improvements. This new method will be much easier to use for sign-in apps and websites. The new method is being tested on iOS 13, so iPhone XS users can sign in with the use of Face ID and MacBook Pro users will be able to sign in through the Touch ID.
Coming September 2019, Apple has scheduled to launch their new generation of iPhone called the iPhone XI, iPhone XIR and iPhone XI Max at the Steve Jobs Theater. The new method is currently in beta version and is scheduled to launch in September. In fact, the new log-in feature will be added into the upcoming iPhone models as well.