The statement from Apple might signal the end of passwords and the start of bio metrics.

In June 2022, Apple held its annual WWDC Conference, which is no stranger to creating headlines. Even though the company’s products are used by people and businesses all over the world, the biggest news coming out of the 2022 conference wasn’t about a faster, slimmer version of the iPhone; rather, it was about the company’s intention to replace passwords in Safari and iOS, effectively rendering all password managers obsolete.

Over the past few years, various password substitutes have been proposed to address the glaring flaws that passwords have. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) has aided certain companies in enhancing security, but Apple’s most recent announcement and what it portends for the transition away from passwords are nothing short of amazing.


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