With the official iOS 18 update coming in September, which is currently available in a beta version, Apple is making a new application available to manage passwords and all digital keys with complete security and privacy. Here are all the details about this application and its usefulness.

From iPhoneIslam.com, Google Password Manager logo on the left with a list of features on the right: Wi-Fi passwords, app passwords, website passwords, verification codes, shared passwords, Sign in with Apple, and passkeys. A password manager app simplifies your digital security needs.

Apple introduces a new password management application in iOS 18

In all previous versions of iOS, Apple provided a password manager as part of the Settings app. That was with iCloud Keychain, where you can automatically generate passwords and save them within the app's settings.

But with solutions IOS 18It's completely different. As passwords moved from the Settings app to an app dedicated to them. All of this is to protect the privacy of the Apple device user. Experts point out that Apple's decision to create an independent application for managing passwords is its intention to compete with similar applications that provide this service, such as 1Password or Bitwarden.

From iPhoneIslam.com, the password manager screen shows "Welcome to the Passwords app" with features listed on the left, and "Turn on notifications" with explanations on the right. This password manager app ensures your digital security and convenience.

If you are using the password features that Apple was offering in iOS 17; There isn't much or anything to get excited about. But let's give Apple its due; The password application has received a wide range of improvements, organization and ease of access than it was before.

The new application organizes new passwords and all the user's digital keys. In addition, the application offers an organized user interface with a navigation column that allows you, as a user, to quickly move between different categories.

Design of a new password manager application

When you open the Passwords app you'll see a design that looks a bit like the Reminders app. You will also see a group of categories:

  • All or All.
  • Passkeys.
  • Codes – Verification Codes.
  • Wi-Fi.
  • Security - Security.
  • Deleted.

You will also find a section for family passwords, and the option to create a new shared set of passwords, from the bottom left of the screen.

It is worth noting that Apple is offering a new password management application as a gift to users who are concerned about their passwords. Recently, concerns have spread among users about data breaches and online security. But Apple came up with the magical and ideal solution, providing a powerful, integrated, and completely reliable service.

Add for your information that you can create strong and unique passwords directly from within the application. Or import passwords from external services. All this with all the advantages of the “iCloud Keychain” service.

From iPhoneIslam.com, a screen showing the password manager app with categories for passkeys, codes, Wi-Fi, security, deleted items, and shared family passwords. The Unlock button also appears.

Apply passwords to all Apple devices

Having an app that collects all your passwords is undoubtedly very important. Every program or website needs its own password. This is what Apple realized the importance of, and worked to facilitate. We have provided an application that brings all of this together for you. The application will be available:

  • iPhone in iOS 18.
  • iPad running iPadOS 18.
  • Mac with macOS Sequoia.
  • Augmented reality devices with visionOS 2.

In addition, users can access passwords saved on their Windows computer through the iCloud app for Windows.

From iPhoneIslam.com A collection of Apple devices, including a virtual reality headset, MacBook, iPad, and iPhone, all display various apps and interfaces on their screens, with the Password Manager app prominently featured.

What do you think of Apple's new password management application? Do you see the application as a decisive solution to the problem of data breaches? Tell us in the comments.



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