Apple today updated its Apple Store app for iOS to version 3.3, including extra security and benefit features to the app. There’s now a “Touch ID” alternative in the Account area of the app that permits users to make it possible for Touch ID for seeing orders, accessing EasyPay invoices, and booking at an Apple Store.

Formerly, these sections of the app required an Apple ID password to be input whenever they were accessed, now the app will request for Touch ID verification in lieu of a password when Touch ID is toggled on.

Before the update, Touch ID usage was restricted to Apple Spend for making purchases, but with the broadened Touch ID capabilities, accessing different sections of the app to obtain order info is much quicker.


Accessing functions like EasyPay Receipts before upgrade on left, after on right
Today’s upgrade likewise adds support for two-step confirmation within the Apple Store app.What’s New in Version 3.3-Use Touch ID to see orders, gain access to EasyPay invoices, and make reservations at an Apple Store.

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