Apple Makes It Easier to Buy an iPhone X with Apple Store App
Thursday, 7 December 2017 Apple has just released an update to the official Apple Store app that enables easier purchase of the iPhone X by bypassing the pre-authorization process. Basically, starting with the Apple Store app version 4.4, Apple customers can buy an iPhone X without going through the pre-authorization process, but instead have the activation performed at a later time, thus saving time when trying to complete a purchase. This is a method that was introduced by Apple on its official website for the launch of the iPhone X, and is now being implemented in the official app for AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint in the United States. The same new version also introduces improvements for iOS 11, and this is undoubtedly a welcome refinement given how buggy this operating system version has proved to be so far. Many criticized iOS 11 for its poor performance, battery drain, and app crashes, and updates like these should make things a little bit better at lea...
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