CAPTCHA is a security protocol that prevents spam from bots and automated programs and helps tell computers and humans apart. While it might a refreshing for some folks who want to take a break from hard work, it’s highly annoying for others. If you fall into the latter group, the good news is that there’s an easy way to resolve this issue.
How Does Apple’s CAPTCHA Skip System Work?
In iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, an option allows you to bypass CAPTCHA automatically while browsing the web in Safari. This option aims to prevent random CAPTCHA checks, which is highly disturbing for some users. The final result is a faster browsing and seamless user experience.
So How Does It Works?
Basically, Apple uses an iCloud-based attestor to automatically and privately verify your device and your Apple ID in the background, thus eliminating the need for any apps and websites to present you with CAPTCHA checks. Apple says all users’ information is safe during this verification process and will not be shared elsewhere.
The Cupertino firm also says this feature is enabled by default in iOS 16. But if you still face CAPTCHAs while browsing the web in Safari, could be turned off.
How to Automatically Bypass CAPTCHA on iPhone and Mac
Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Tap your Apple ID name at the top and select Password & Security.
Step 3: Navigate to Advanced and turn on the switch for Automatic Verification.
Step 1: Click on the Apple menu at the top.
Step 2: Select System Settings from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Click your name > Password & Security, and turn on Automatic Verification.
Also read: iOS 16.1 Fixes Major Security Flaw on iPhone.