Apple’s latest iOS 16 software version is baked with a lot of new features. The company has added customizable lock screen widgets, improved mail app, enhanced focus mode, undo functionality for Message apps, redesigned Home App, and a host of new features in the iOS 16. One such feature that the brand has introduced in its iOS 16 is “Automatic Verification”. This new verification feature will let you login to the website without having to go through the CAPTCHA login system. This means that you will no longer have to prove that you are a robot to the websites.
iOS 16 Automatic Verification Feature Will Let You Skip CAPTCHA Vertification
The technology behind Automatic Verification is called “Private Access Tokens”. Apple recently shared a video on its website which shows how this new feature works. Whenever you try to login, the system will validate your Apple device and Apple ID account to bypass the CAPTCHAs with a Private Access Token. The tokens will enable HTTP requests to be authenticated in a secure way, which won’t reveal any private or personal information of the user.
To enable this new feature you will have to head over to Apple ID > Password & Security > and enable the Automatic Verification in the Settings menu. When this new feature is activated, the iCloud will automatically authenticate your iPhone and Apple ID account in the background, so that you don’t need to go through the CAPTCHA verification process.
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According to a report by MacRumours, Cloudfare and Fastly have also announced support for Private Access Tokens. This indicates that the ability to bypass CAPTCHA will be coming to more websites and apps in the future. This new Automatic Verification process is enabled by default in the first betas of iOS 16. The Cupertino-based tech giant has already confirmed that this new feature is supported on the MacOS Ventura as well.