At 9to5Mac continue to use the leaks they found over iOS 14 source code, allowing them to publish new directions for what we'll see in WWDC20 in June with the new version of the program. The public has made that clear IOS 14 will be developed on the iCloud keychain that will bring their skills closer to competitors' services such as LastPass or 1Password.
The system will be powerful, for example, for see when we use the same password for different services and warn us about protecting our security. You could do so without knowing those passwords, because it would compare the effect of encryption and not plain text. The "bad" news of those due to laziness or convenience always uses the same password for everything.
IOS 14 will want to simplify two-factor authentication
Also, iOS 14 will know maintain the authenticity of activities that require two-factor authentication
If you think that the keychain on iCloud is compatible with all Apple devices, I bet this new feature will also be available for iPadOS 14, macOS 10.16
The bad part of this is being picked up by third-party developers such as LastPass and 1Password, who see how their activities (which they charge for purchasing) are incorporated as standard on Apple devices. We will see how they will compete.