iOS 16.3 and Macos 13.2 are pleasing (https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/apple/apple-ios-163-arrives-with-support-for-hardware-security-keys/ ) users with the long-awaited support of electronic keys. With connection via USB-C adapter or NFC. To activate, you will need two keys – one in reserve. And phishing attacks to steal Apple ID and 2FA passwords will dramatically lose relevance for the user.
Oddly enough, along with the update, the only compatible keys were not released for only 999 bucks apiece. The manual gives several suitable ones from Yubico and FEITAN, the same Google Titan works. Maybe Apple Pro SecKey will be unveiled in the fall. In the meantime, apple lovers can enjoy a slight relaxation of the proprietary mode and improved security.