Touch ID. Yes, Apple has improved it.

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Developers can now implement Touch ID in their applications to authenticate the application/user. The fingerprint is not given straight to the application, it is saved inside the A7 chip as usual, and it unlocks the keychain access allowing you to use the application.

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Not bad.

Apoorv is the founder of Zamkato™. He started out with a vision to make a newer, better BlackBerry community website which quickly evolved into a full mobile experience. His life as a “Blogist” started out with a blog, only about BlackBerry themes, which then evolved into BlackBerry news, rumors, etc. Zamkato™ is writing in areas from Windows Mobile all the way to iOS and Apple. Most of the time you can find Apoorv working on his next few blog posts or looking for ways to make Zamkato™ a better experience for everyone. His main objective, has always been to provide everyone with up-to-date information about all the new electronics, cars, tutorials, etc. in town.

Apoorv Kumar – who has written posts on Zamkato.


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Apoorv is the founder of Zamkato™. He started out with a vision to make a newer, better BlackBerry community website which quickly evolved into a full mobile experience. His life as a “Blogist” started out with a blog, only about BlackBerry themes, which then evolved into BlackBerry news, rumors, etc. Zamkato™ is writing in areas from Windows Mobile all the way to iOS and Apple. Most of the time you can find Apoorv working on his next few blog posts or looking for ways to make Zamkato™ a better experience for everyone. His main objective, has always been to provide everyone with up-to-date information about all the new electronics, cars, tutorials, etc. in town.