Officially, version 16 of iOS was presented at the WWDC 2022 conference. Not all features were mentioned then by Apple and news from iOS 16 is gradually leaking onto the Internet, among others thanks to the beta version of the system. A quite interesting solution that can avoid the CAPTCHA code when logging in is adding automatic verification.

Automatic verification will be performed by the system by taking into account detailed information about the user's account. However, Apple also took care of the protection of user data thanks to the use of the PrivateToken method. Its use consists in sending information about the user from the phone and confirming their up-to-date status, but used personal data will not be saved. The only feedback will be confirmation or rejection of the account verification. The automatic verification option can be turned off by entering the privacy and security settings. The relevant switch is located at the bottom of this section.