New iOS 14 leak reveals an upgrade for Apple’s password manager

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  • iCloud Keychain is Apple’s built-in password manager for macOS and iOS devices.
  • Leaked code from an early build of iOS 14 suggests that Apple is working on an upgrade for iCloud Keychain that would put it on par with some of the more popular third-party password managers.
  • New features for iCloud Keychain include notifying users when they are reusing their passwords and making it ever easier for users to log in to accounts with two-factor authentication.
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Slowly but surely, details about Apple’s next major update for iOS have been trickling out in recent weeks. Thanks to a major leak, we’ve learned that iOS 14 will be packed with new features and changes, such as handwriting recognition, a list view for apps, and a fitness app made by Apple. iOS 14 has also seemingly confirmed a variety of new devices, including the iPhone 9, AirTags, a pair of premium headphones, and even a notch-less iPhone.

But the leaks haven’t stopped yet, as 9to5Mac reported on Wednesday that yet another interesting change has been uncovered in an early build of iOS 14. Apple is said to be testing several upgrades for iCloud Keychain on its updated operating system. iCloud Keychain is a feature available on iOS and macOS that stores passwords and credit cards for those who choose to use it. It lags behind other password apps, but that may change soon.

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