Apple testing FaceID login support for iCloud web experience

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Right now, if you visit website, you need to enter your Apple ID credentials manually to sign in. To simplify this sign-in experience, Apple has now started testing FaceID support. With this new support, when you visit iCloud website in Safari, you will be presented with an option to sign in using FaceID or TouchID authentication system. You can try out this new sign in experience iOS 13 beta, iPadOS 13 beta, and macOS Catalina beta devices.

Source: 9to5Mac

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