Apple has already introduced many new features in the upcoming iOS 16, and now it might also allow you to prove that you’re human without filling out CAPTCHAs to supported apps or websites.

Recently, iOS 16 Beta 1 also introduced some walkie-talkie abilities, which can be accessed by apps that will use its API.

Apple Will Soon Give iPhone Users An Automatic Verification Feature

Apple Will Soon Give iPhone Users An Automatic Verification Feature
Source: Apple

As firstly spotted by MacRumors, there is new functionality in the Settings app, which can be found on the address Apple ID > Password & Security > Automatic Verification, but you can only access it if you have iOS 16.

This functionality allows iCloud to identify & verify your device and Apple ID account so you can bypass CAPTCHAs verification by proving that you’re not a robot and a verified person does this action.

CAPTCHAs verifications are only to protect servers from spamming and bot activities. Selecting the pictures of traffic lights & boats/cars or filling out text is the only meant to prove that you are human.

So, Apple has developed a feature that will give you an allowance toke named Private Access Token that will easily bypass CAPTCHAs.

Apple said in the report, “Private Access Tokens are a powerful alternative that helps you identify HTTP requests from legitimate devices and people without compromising their identity or personal information”.

To develop this feature, Apple has collab with Fastly and Cloudflare, the two major content delivery networks.

Besides, Apple also released a video explaining the complete process of this CAPTCHAs bypass and Private Access Token.


Now, your question will be how can you use this feature? This is currently under development; for now, developers can only access it.

The company will release a public beta of iOS 16 in July, and iOS 16 will be officially released early in the fall of this year. And this will be available for iPhones, iPad, and Macs.


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