Apple is developing an app to log into an app on Mac OS, allowing users to use the app as a key to unlock apps, but Apple is also testing a feature that will allow users to log out from the app, leaving the app in place.
The feature is called App Pass, and is currently being tested on the Apple Watch, the iPhone, and iPad, and will soon be rolling out to the Mac.
App Pass will allow Mac users to sign into apps on the platform as if they were using the Apple Store.
Apple has been testing App Pass for some time, and the feature was first shown off at the Worldwide Developers Conference in March.
This week’s announcement is an indication that Apple is working on App Pass on Mac, though it’s not clear how much of a push the company is making on the feature.
Apple’s App Pass app is expected to debut at WWDC in June, and in the meantime, the company has also launched a new app called WatchKit that allows Apple Watch owners to log onto apps on iOS.
WatchKit is an Apple Watch app that lets you log into apps through a web browser, and it’s been designed specifically to log in to apps on Mac.
If you have an AppleWatch and the app does not work on the WatchKit interface, you can download an App Pass client app from the Mac App Store and log into the app.
AppPass is designed for Mac users, and Apple is aiming to make it as easy as possible for Mac owners to use App Pass.
“It’s a great time to add App Pass to Macs, with a new web browser extension that lets us seamlessly log in, log out, and manage apps from the web,” said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of software and services, in a statement.
“WatchKit lets us log in from a watch face and sign into any app we want.
That makes it easier than ever to sign up for a Mac or iPad and use AppPass.”
App Pass is a new feature for Mac, and App Pass does not currently allow Mac app signing.
The new web client is a browser extension, not a new Mac AppStore app.
Apps are already signed by Apple’s developers through the Mac Developer Program, which is available to developers who have written apps for the Mac platform.
The App Pass extension lets developers access the Mac app signer with a web client extension.
AppPasses also support the use of Mac’s AppStore, which allows Mac users access to the Apple AppStore for apps and games.
AppPayments, which lets users purchase apps through the App Store, is not yet supported on Macs.
It’s also not clear if AppPays will support the ability to sign in with Apple Pay on Mac or iOS, but the service has been available on Mac since 2013.