95% of iCloud users have two-factor authentication turned on

One of the novelties in the upcoming operating systems is the Passkey standard, which is also implemented by, among others, Google and Microsoft.

Its requirement is two-step verification – 2FA. It turns out that currently 95% of people using iCloud have active two-factor authentication. Such information was obtained from the American manufacturer by the editors of the 9To5Mac website.

Of course, website and application developers must implement the above-mentioned solution into their products. Thanks to the huge number of people who have active two-factor authentication, the Passkey adaptation process can proceed very quickly.

As the editors of Tom’s Guide inform, Apple is working on the widest possible implementation of the above-mentioned standard in cooperation with many external entities.

Source: 9To5Mac


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