One company that is well known for making the most user-friendly but highly technically evolved products is Apple and over the years, it has continued to do so. In fact, the technical sophistication and the ease of usage have been two of the cornerstones of the company’s success over the past decade and a half. Among the many products that it has produced over the years, iCloud is probably one of the most popular among many of the Apple users and it has become synonymous with the company like the iPhone has been for more than a decade.
In a new development, it has emerged that Apple is trying to make the task of signing in to iCloud a far easier process soon and it can only be great news for millions of users who use the product. Apple is trying to incorporate biometric login when it comes to iCloud and according to some reports, it is apparently being tested by developers at this point. The reports state that the company is currently working on the next version of its operating system and developers are testing the feasibility of logging in to iCloud with both Touch ID as well as Face ID. The operating system is still in its beta version, but it believed that once it is functional, then users can log in to iCloud using Face ID and Touch ID across the range of Apple devices like iPad, iPhone, and the Mac browser.
It is, without a doubt, a landmark in the larger history of Apple and how it wants their users to access the iCloud service. It will make life far easier for millions of users across the world, who need quick access to the iCloud service at different times of the day and find it tiresome to go through the login process every time. Additionally, the company’s commitment to the protection of users’ data will get a further boost with this particular measure.