iOS 9’s new two-factor authentication ditches annoying Recovery Key

With the release of iOS 9 Beta 3 to developers this week, Apple has released details on security changes that improve the way users verify their Apple ID from secondary, trusted devices, including better implementation of verification codes and elimination of the annoying Recovery Key. The current system in iOS 8 is known as “two-step verification,” while the new version will be called “two-factor authentication.” This new system is currently limited to select beta users, will be available to all when iOS 9 launches later this year.

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