Apple iOS 14 will bring all sort of cool features and new updates for the iPhone users. There are reports that Apple is working on improving the iCloud Keychain application in iOS 14 so that users don’t use third-party password managers. Apple is always known to limit other apps and let iPhone users work with their stock applications. The new iOS 14 update will make sure that Apple iPhone owners uses iCloud keychain as the default password manager.
Apple iOS 14 Updates for Improved iCloud Keychain
The new iOS 14 will have upgrades that make it easier to store and manage passwords for different platforms. It is becoming harder to secure and remember passwords with increasing technology. It is why Apple launched Keychain which is the native password manager in all the iOS devices. But the keychain is a stock iOS application that has various issues, but the new iOS 14 updates resolve everything.
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The iOS 14 build shows new features for the Keychain including the two-factor authentication option through SMS and email. The iOS 14 software will update the iCloud Keychain and the new functions will warn a user when he is using a similar password for different platforms. Apple iOS 14 iCloud keychain updates will notify iPhone users when they are entering a reusing password.
Apple iOS 14 Release Date and Coronavirus Impact
Apple iOS 14 release date could be delayed by the Coronavirus pandemic as it has created major troubles for every industry. The Cupertino based tech giant is making sure that the development of iOS 14 is not impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Apple has advised all its software developers to work from home on the new iOS 14 updates.
It has also been announced that WWDC 2020 will be an online event and live-streamed all over the world over social distancing and lockdown effects. It means Apple iOS 14 launch will happen around June 2020 and the updates will be fully released during fall this year.