We have been evaluating the current beta versions of Apple‘s next generation operating systems for the iPad, iPhone and Macs. These are very quirky but that is to be expected in beta versions. Still we see many productivity enhancements that will be welcome improvements to the Apple suite of products.
Here is more from 9 to 5 Mac:
For iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina beta testers, Apple is trying out a new sign-in process for iCloud on the web. When you head to beta.icloud.com on a device running the betas, you can now sign-in to your account using Face ID or Touch ID. When you visit iCloud in Safari on a device running the iOS, iPadOS, or macOS betas, you’ll see a new pop-up asking if you’d like to sign-in using your Apple ID with biometrics. On a Face ID-equipped device, this means signing in with Face ID, while other devices, including Touch Bar-capable MacBook Pros, use Touch ID. The above screenshots show the Face ID sign-in process on an iPhone XS Max running the developer beta of iOS 13.
You may soon be able to login using Face ID and Touch ID for iCloud on iOS 13 and MacOS Catalina. Read more about it on 9to5Mac.