Unlock iPhone by using Passkey instead of password
Apple has released a new feature on iOS 16 that lets users unlock their iPhone without entering the password. The feature is called Passkey, and it is available on all devices running iOS 16.
The passkey can be used to unlock an iPhone by using a six-digit number as the passkey. It can also be used to reset the password on an iPhone without losing any data. This means that users will no longer have to remember passwords or enter them every time they want to use their phone.
Passkey is available for all devices running iOS 16, so you don’t have to worry about whether your device supports it or not.
Steps to save the passkey for an account:
A new user should enter a chosen account name on the account sign-up screen.
An existing user has to sign in by using the account name and password.
When an option to save the passkey is available, tap ‘Continue’ to save the passkey.
Steps to sign in by using the passkey:
Go to the sign-in screen for any website or application.
Click on the account name field.
Choose the account name suggested at the bottom of the screen.
Follow the onscreen instruction to verify the Face ID or Touch ID.
Passkey is an app that allows you to unlock your iPhone without the need to enter your Apple ID and password. It also has a feature called “Find My iPhone” which helps you locate your phone if it’s lost or stolen.
Apple devices are very secure and difficult to unlock. Passkey’s developers have been able to create an app that can bypass these security measures with ease.