You can now use an iPhone as a security key for Google accounts


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Last April, Google announced that users could use the chips inside their Android smartphones as a de-facto security key for their Google accounts.

Starting this week, Google has expanded this feature to iPhones.

Google users will be to register their iPhone as a two-factor (2FA) method for their Google accounts, similar to how they register hardware security keys.

The next time they’ll log into their Google accounts, the user will enter their username and password, and then turn on their iPhone’s Bluetooth connection, which will verify the login…

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