Your iPhone now serves as a Google security key

imageYou no longer need Android to use your phone as a Google security key. Google has updated Smart Lock for iOS to let you use your device's "built-in security key" — that is, the Secure Enclave built into every iOS device with Touch ID or Face ID. Fr…

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