The Touch ID is a fingerprint sensor that debuted on the iPhone 5S and has become popular even on today’s cheap smartphones. Apple has been implementing the technology in a number of ways, and the latest one is in the Apple Store app, the company’s iOS product store.
As with the App Store, users will be able to use biometrics to make quick and convenient purchases at the Apple Store. The novelty allows you to use your fingers on the sensor of the iPhone to make a purchase by means of the credit card registered in the Apple account. And the best: it will be possible to do this even in the physical store of Apple.
With the Apple Store app, you can buy Apple products and accessories in a much more personalized way. Get recommendations for what Apple products you already have, discover compatible accessories with your devices, swap your iPhone for a new one, track your orders on the go, and sign up for in-store practice sessions. You can even use Apple Pay to make purchases with the iPhone in some Apple Stores.
What’s New in Version 4.3
– With Apple ID, you can use the Touch ID to pay for your purchases in a safe and convenient way, and change your account settings.
To take advantage of the feature just update the Apple Store app on your phone. Note that it only supports devices running iOS 10 or higher.
Apple paid 1.7 billion euros to Nokia
In separate news, after Nokia’s quarterly financial report, there is an enigmatic “initial cash payment of about 1.7 billion euros, of which part was recognized in the second quarter of 2017.
When it sought to clarify where the money comes from, Nokia has confirmed that this is part of Apple’s patent dispute over patents. They also asked to check out the press conference on the quarterly results, which takes place today, for more details.
The Nokia entered into an agreement with Apple in May after a dispute that stretched from the end of last year due to the violation of approximately 32 patents. However, the details of the deal were not disclosed at the time, only a statement revealing that Nokia will once again provide network infrastructure products and services to Apple.