Apple often applies for new patents. A recent new patent shows that Apple is developing a new feature that allows one device to log into multiple Apple IDs. This function also means that when multiple people share an iPhone or iPad, multiple passwords, Face ID, etc. can be set.
For Apple product users, Apple ID is an account that represents personal-related information. Therefore, it is generally a device to log in to an account, which indicates that the account information of this device belongs to a specific individual. But the latest exposed patent shows that Apple is developing a new feature that allows one device to log in to multiple Apple IDs. To put it simply, it is like a computer, with multiple user accounts set up, and different users can be allocated different usage space among them.
The patent also mentions that when multiple people share an iPhone and iPad and apply this function, multiple passwords or Face IDs can be set for them, which can be used for payment services or unlocking passwords. And it is convenient for users to switch between multiple accounts. In addition, the patent also predicts that in the future, the Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) processor will be used to securely separate accounts between accounts, so as to be convenient for users and protect individuals. Privacy.
Source: Financial Express