iCloud Keychain Removed from iOS 7 Golden Master

iCloud Keychain Removed from iOS 7 Golden Master

It looks as if iCloud Keychain support is not quite ready for primetime as Apple appears to have removed it from the iOS 7 Golden Master (GM) that was dropped to developers yesterday.



While iCloud preferences previously listed iCloud Keychain, the option has now been removed, suggesting that the initial public release of iOS 7 will not include the function.

The feature is also marked as “Coming soon” on Apple’s iOS 7 features page.

MacRumors speculates that Apple may have decided to hold back on iCloud Keychain and is waiting for the release of OS X Mavericks later this year.

iCloud Keychain is Apple’s new password manager that allows access to your password information across all OS X Mavericks and iOS 7 devices. The service will also store credit card information, logins, and Wi-Fi network info.

iOS 7 is set to be released to an adoring public on September 18th, with the release of OS X Mavericks expected later in the year.


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