At WWDC 2019, Apple only briefly talked about Voice Control in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina. The feature aims to make it easier for users with a disability to interact with their iPhone/iPad or Mac by solely using their voice. If a demo of Voice Control by AgileBits, the folks behind 1Password is anything to go by, Voice Control is going to be a game changer accessibility feature.
1Password is arguably the password manager of choice for iOS and Mac users. The app is so good that Apple will be using deploying 1Password for use across its entire organisation for improved security.
Apple Deploying 1Password to All Employees; May Acquire Developer AgileBits [Update: Acquisition Rumor Denied]
A BGR report claims that Apple is planning a partnership and a “potential acquisition” of AgileBits, the company behind 1Password — one of the most, if not the most, popular password managers for iOS and Mac.
If the latest numbers from market research IDC are to be believed, Apple shipped a mere 1.1 million units of the Apple Watch in the third quarter of this year. This marks a 71.6 percent decline in Apple’s smartwatch shipments from the same timeframe a year ago.
Keeping passwords safe is important, and finding a service to help with that is just as important. For a lot of people, 1Password is that resource.
There are a several different password management apps for iOS devices available, but 1Password is one of the more popular options, and its latest update is adding some noteworthy new features.
Password management is an important role for anyone that’s trying to stay secure while traversing the internet, and 1Password is one of the more popular instruments in that regard.
1Password is one of the more popular password management apps available on iOS, and now its latest update aims to make it even better.
1Password has recently released an update for its iOS app, which brings with it some noteworthy improvements and more.
1Password just recently received an update for its Mac app, and now it looks like AgileBits, the developer behind the app, has another big update planned, this time focused on the Apple Watch.