First of all, you will need to enable Touch ID from 1Password’s Security Preferences menu. From there you’ll need to scan your fingerprint so the app unlocks. With Apple unveiling the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, 1Password’s support for the specific device will empower users to search more quickly, add new items, as well as change between different vaults and lock them.
The all-new MacBook Pro device is yet to experience its launch, but already 1Password and a few other applications are a workforce of Mac apps that are approved by Apple to be compatible with the new Touch Bar. The 1Password service for Mac will cost you the best of $64.99 + requires OS X 10.10 or newer versions.
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