Apple has officially released iOS 15. One of the main changes to iOS 15 is to the mobile Safari browser, where it will now support browser extensions. If this is something you’ve been looking forward to, then you might also be pleased to learn that password manager 1Password has released its extension for Safari.

For those unfamiliar, 1Password is a password manager that helps remember passwords and login information for websites and services. It can also help users automatically fill in those details when they’re browsing the web, and with its new Safari extension, it will be easier than before.

According to the developers of 1Password, “In-page suggestions allow you to access your items exactly where you need them. For sites that have complicated sign-in forms, we use our on-device machine learning to detect what’s happening and automatically fill the password for you. And if you use two-factor authentication, we automatically fill the codes, so you don’t need to copy them to your clipboard.”

To take advantage of the new extension, all you need to do is ensure that you have the latest version of 1Password on your mobile device, and iOS 15 installed, and you should be good to go, so go ahead and update your iPhone or iPad if you haven’t done so already.

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