Given the recent announcmeents from WWDC, specifically:
1. Built in OTP/Authenticator support
2. Broader iCloud Password app for Windows
3. iCloud Passwords extension for Edge
and the other improvements from previous years (compromised password notifications etc) what is 1Password going to do to ensure it stays relevant and actually adds value on top of what Apple is now supporting natively?
Don't get me wrong, I love the App and have been a long time paying member, but given the majority of the features I use it for and becoming built in... it is getting harder to justify the yearly family membership expense.
Are there any future roadmaps or changes that 1Password team members can share, or point to?
If 1Password staff had to sell 1Password today based on the upcoming features from WWDC (and the associated OS's) what would you say makes it better than Apple's implmentation?
(Genuinely not having a go, but i think this is an important discussion to be having).
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