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With iOS 16, Apple’s banishing CAPTCHAs to the underworld

With iOS 16, Apple’s banishing CAPTCHAs to the underworld

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Know when you click on a link? And it takes you to a weird page? One that asks you to select all the motorcycles in a picture? Or to try and decipher some bizarre wiggly text that could well be an incantation to raise some sort of vengeful spirit? Well, in iOS 16, that may no longer be a problem. Why? Because Apple is rolling out a feature called Automatic Verification that bypasses CAPTCHAs on certain websites and apps. The company has worked with Fastly and Cloudflare — two of the biggest content delivery networks (CDNs) — in order to…

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