An engineer explains how the function to autocomplete the security code goes SMS on iOS


Have you ever signed up for a website service and sent you a security code via SMS? Well, recently, an Apple software engineer wanted to share how Twitter came up with the idea of ​​incorporating this feature into iOS.

The feature came in iOS 12 and allows users fill in the text field of the security code automatically as soon as the SMS notification of the code arrives.

According to engineer Ricky Mondello, the idea came while they were working on something that "they thought was a much more ambitious project."

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This is how the autofill function arrived

According to Apple's software engineer, it all started with an idea from a small group of software engineers. An idea that was born while developing something very differentThey left it aside for weeks and when the project did not work out, they returned to work on it.

Finally, Ricky Mondello wanted to add that although there is a similar function on Android, it is not the same, ensuring that details matter and privacy matters.

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