According to The Verge, the new versions of Apple’s OS, which will be released in the fall, will implement an automatic verification feature. It will help you avoid entering CAPTCHA in supported programs and sites.
It is known that the new feature will be implemented together with major CDN providers Fastly and Cloudflare. This means that automatic verification will be available on a large number of web resources that work with these companies.
To do this, the site will automatically check the user’s device and its Apple ID. The latter will be proof that the site is visited by a real person, not a bot. In other words, in the background, the resource will send a request to the human device, and it will be able to verify automatically. You can learn more about Apple’s new option here.
It is also noted that Google is developing a similar feature that may appear in the future for Android-based devices.