How to Use “Login With Apple” / “Sign in with Apple” features on Apps or Web sites?
Here you can find a quick review of “Login with Apple” feature. This is a very special button that allows an iOS 13 user to log in to the application by analogy with a Google, Twitter or Facebook account. In other words, you can log into applications using your Apple ID.
If an application allows you to log in using Facebook, Google or Twitter, its developers will also need to add a button to log in with an Apple ID. This is confirmed by the new App Store recommendations that have become available to developers.
“Log in with Apple” authenticates the user with a Face ID or Touch ID and protects personal information from application developers and web sites. The function is designed so that Apple users can create a new account in the application using just one button, without leaking any user data.
How to Use “Login With Apple” on Apps or Website?
1- Click “Sign in with Apple”
2- Enter your Name
3- You need to choose one option during registration: Enter your e-mail or create a randomly generated e-mail address that hides their own e-mail address when registering in the application or on the website.
4- Click on “Continue”
Forgot “Login With Apple” password? Here is how to reset your password:
The main point is that the creators of applications and web sites will not be able to find out the real address of the user – he is known only by Apple itself, which essentially acts as an intermediary between the service and the user. The developer will send an e-mail to the generated e-mail address, but it will come to the real one – if he does this using the required domain.
Is “Login With Apple” safe for privacy?
Instead of filling out forms, checking e-mail addresses and choosing new passwords, users can use “Sign in with Apple” to create an account and immediately start using the application. For maximum security, all accounts are protected by two-factor authentication. Apple will not track user activity in applications or on web sites.
As part of iOS 13, Apple will require all apps that use 3rd party sign-in options to include its Sign In With Apple!
This innovation will be available later 2019, so that developers can prepare for it and implement the appropriate buttons.