Almost all the Apple devices now support two most secure biometric authentication Touch Id and Face Id to unlock the phone. But when it comes to iCloud it still depends on a password to sign-in. Apple is now planning to change it.
As per the report from 9to5Mac, With iOS 13 beta, Apple is testing a new sign-in process on iOS 13, iPadOS, and macOS Catalina for iCloud on the Web.
Users running on latest beta version can now see a new pop-up when they head to beta.icloud.com. The pop-up allows users to sign-in to the account using Face ID or Touch ID. As of now users sign-in into the iCloud using Apple ID password.
The feature works on the device running for iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina beta testers.
The feature works only when you try to access iCloud using Safari browsers. When you head to the iCloud.com on iPhone iPad or Mac devices running these betas, the browser should automatically redirect you to beta.icloud.com, and a pop-up appears asking users if they want to sign into iCloud using their Face ID and Touch ID.