While still in beta mode, the upcoming iOS 16 will include a new feature that will sidestep CAPTCHA’s.
According to MacRumors, “When enabled, Apple says iCloud will automatically and privately verify your device and Apple ID account in the background, eliminating the need for apps and websites to present you with a CAPTCHA verification prompt.”
Apple shared how the bypass works, calling it a “Private Access Token”. It confirms the user’s device and Apple ID account are in excellent shape for app or website access. Users will have a better user experience and more accessibility with this new solution than with CAPTCHAs when registering for a service or creating an account, for example.
Simply told, iOS 16 will avoid those terrible checks on applications and websites that require you to show you’re not a robot.
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