Apple announced iOS 15 and detailed many of its features Monday during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). While the company went over several of the additions to the updated operating system, there just wasn’t enough time to cover all of them. One that managed to slip under the radar is the introduction of an authenticator, similar to Authy or Google Authenticator.
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MacRumors reports that the included authenticator system will allow iOS users to generate verification codes for their various accounts directly from the iPhone’s Settings app.