iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura Will Let Users Bypass CAPTCHAs

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Apple’s iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura could come with one important change: The ability to bypass CAPTCHA on most websites. 

As per MacRumors, Apple has showcased details about how this will work in a developer video as part of WWDC 2022. 

The report adds that the feature can be found in the Settings under Apple ID >> Password & Security >> Automatic Verification.

Once enabled, iCloud will verify the user’s device and Apple ID account, removing the need for any CAPTCHA prompt on apps or websites. 

Apple noted that devices will not share sensitive data linked to your account such as the email address or phone number. 

Importantly, the technology could easily see widespread adoption that might extend beyond Apple hardware. 

Cloudflare and Fastly have already unveiled plans to support the token approach, potentially bringing it to millions of websites. 

All of the software updates are currently in beta and will be released later this year.

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