Tip instead of password: Sign in with Apple

Sign in with Apple

To log in to various apps and services, Apple’s “Log in with Apple” or “Sign in with Apple” can be a slightly safer option. It’s similar to competing features like logging in using your Facebook account, but adds some features to protect your privacy. For example, there is two-factor authentication built in and you can choose to hide your email address. Instead, Apple will then create an anonymous address that is used and messages there are forwarded to you as long as you choose not to terminate that address.

Of course, the service also means that you don’t have to remember another password for the service you log in to.

When you sign up for a new service, look for a button that says “Sign in with Apple.”

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