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Twitter Implements Passkey Login Support, Limited to iOS in the United States

X or Twitter has announced support for logging into accounts with Passkey, which is a more secure form of identity verification than other two-step authentication methods. Many major platforms have come out to support this approach and encourage its widespread adoption.

However, X has stated that Passkey currently only supports the iPhone app for users in the United States, without disclosing plans to expand to Android or other countries and when that might happen.

Several major platforms currently support Passkey, including Google, Amazon, WhatsApp, and Apple.

TLDR: Twitter now supports logging into accounts using Passkey on the iPhone app for users in the United States. No information has been provided on expanding to Android or other countries. Many other platforms already support Passkey authentication.

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