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Safari 14 will let you log into password-protected sites with Face ID

June 25, 2020

Via: Mashable

Though the opening keynote is behind us, Apple’s WWDC is still going on, and every day we learn about a new feature or two that’ll make our lives easier.

In a new video (via 9to5Mac), Apple describes a new feature that allows websites to implement Face ID and Touch ID support in Safari.

For users, this means that they’ll be able to bypass entering passwords for websites in their iPhone’s Safari; instead, they’ll login with a Face ID scan or by touching their phone’s fingerprint scanner.

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