1. MDN Take: “Mac users can use Apple’s Keychain Access and iCloud Keychain to create and manage them. For those of us who are smartly all-Apple, it works like a dream.”

    It’d be nice if Apple could add a similar app to iOS, so we wouldn’t have to rely on third party password management apps.

  2. Apple should use USER NAMES not email addresses, so you can change the account to use a different email address if you need to use a different one. If you have an Apple email address you are screwed if you need to move to another email address.

    I found this out when I had to make such a change because of all the bloody spam I was getting on my iCloud email address. Apple is fucking stupid IMO.

  3. Unless I missed some grand announcement, Apple still hasn’t allowed long-timers to merge our old and separate multiple dot-Mac (and dot-Me and iCloud) accounts into one…or at least fewer…accounts.

    Comparative newbies probably won’t even know what I’m talking about.

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