Apple today upgraded its Apple Store application for iOS to version 3.3, including added safety and convenience attributes to the app. There’s now a ‘Touch ID’ option in the Account section of the app that allows customers to enable Touch ID for checking out orders, accessing EasyPay receipts, and also booking at an Apple Store.
Previously, these parts of the application required an Apple ID password to be input whenever they were accessed, but now the application will certainly request for Touch ID confirmation instead of a password when Touch ID is toggled on. Just before the upgrade, Touch ID usage was limited to Apple Pay for making acquisitions, however with the broadened Touch ID abilities, accessing numerous parts of the application to get order info is much quicker.
Accessing attributes like EasyPay Invoices prior to upgrade on left, after on right
Today’s update likewise adds assistance for two-step confirmation within the Apple Store app.
What’s New in Version 3.3
– Usage Touch ID to check out orders, accessibility EasyPay receipts, and make bookings at an Apple Store.
– Assistance for two-step confirmation, providing you extra safety for your Apple ID.
Apple’s Apple Store application could be downloaded from the Application Shop for free.
Update 4:35 AM PT: The application is additionally now offered in extra countries, including Czech Republic, Denmark, Singapore, Turkey and United Arab Emirates.