Sorry if this is in the wrong category. 1password seems to be the only password management system that utilizes the touchbar ...however I do not trust 3rd party apps for my passwords; so I'm asking if Apple has ever hinted that they will release a password/security app for the touchbar (where the passwords are not stored in the cloud)? I know Apple has keychain but I don't trust the cloud completely - I would prefer my passwords being locally stored on my computer and phone (if one thing died I would be able to retrive the info from the other device, when setting up a new computer/phone ...I imagine both things dying at the exact same time to be statistically unlikely) I would also love to have the ability to tell my computer, through the Settings app in the iPhone, that to expect a different kind of fingerprint id than mine, but it must let that fingerprint into the operating system - but to hide and/or close apps that I didn't want that person to have access to (would be very useful if the laptop had to be repaired or a child wanted to go onto the computer). I don't want to setup a guest account because I think it's ugly to see that at the login screen So far I know that you can lock the Notes app in the iPhone ...but nothing else (!) I'm a Windows user and contemplating the idea of moving over to Macos and iOS - mainly because of two things; they kinda share the same ecosystem whereas Windows doesn't have any phones anymore and because of Homekit which I'm pretty sure Windows doesn't have and will not have, at least not in the near future. One of the things I want is a big screen, and so far the 15" doesn't offer a laptop without a touchbar; but I also prefer the new models to the old ones because the new ones are lighter to carry. Apple encrypting my passwords on my devices (like they do with the fingerprint through touchid) and the interaction between the iPhone and Mac computer with touchbar (where you could remotely lock sensitive data in your computer through your phone and vice versa, for example) would lock me into their ecosystem - and I would be happy with that, which is not a common occurrance. I know there's an event soon, but has Apple hinted at them being wiling to go this route?