Unfortunately, no. If you need to stop using the betas once it becomes the release/stable build, please see this set of instructions.
If you are running the stable which 1Password will update to, then all that is need is to turn off “Include beta builds” in Preferences > Updates.
I updated to 7.7 to check Apple Watch Unlock.
But I don;t have option to enable this function in Preferences -> Security
My question is why?
1Password Version: 7.7Extension Version: Not ProvidedOS Version: Big SurSync Type: Not Provided
OK I already know. MacBook have to be equipped with T1/T2 controller.
So MacBooks with touchbars.
Indeed a T1 or T2 chip is required (specifically: a Secure Enclave). There are some models that do not have TouchBars that have such a chip. The full list of currently available Macs that are compatible is:
Sorry about that!
Well, darn it -- that was one of the features I was excited about. I can do all kinds of watch-unlocking on my 2015 MacBook Pro, but not that. Might've been nice if I hadn't had to search the support forums to learn about this limitation. :/
Thank you for the feedback! I will pass it to our documentation team
I'm not sure what the tie is between the T1/T2 chip and whether or we can use our Apple Watch. I unlock my iMac 27-inch 2017 using my Apple Watch. I thought T1/T2 was only required for the Touch Bar.
Same/similar problem here. I have a 2019 16" MBP with Touch Bar. Unlock with Apple Watch works fine to unlock the Mac, and I have turned on Unlock with Apple Watch in the 1PW preferences, but I never get the watch option. I only see the TouchID icon when unlocking 1PW, and have never seen the notification pop up on the Apple Watch. I didn't know if I needed to have 1PW installed and enabled on the watch ( I don't think I do since this is a Mac OS feature) but I did verify that 1PW is installed and enabled on my iPhone and Apple Watch. Mac OS 11.0.1 Watch OS 7.1 Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
It was released this week, on Monday to be precise