Microsoft Starts Optimizing Its Apps for the iPhone X
Friday, 3 November 2017 () The iPhone X is now being shipped to the first Apple customers who pre-ordered the device on October 27, but as Apple itself confirmed with its own Store app, every iOS app needs to be optimized to be rendered correctly on the anniversary model. Since it’s fully committed to delivering the best experience to customers (but also to iOS itself), Microsoft didn’t want to wait any longer and today released an update for its OneDrive app that includes support for the all-new iPhone X. Now at version 9.6.2, the OneDrive for iOS app even supports Face ID, allowing users to protect their accounts with the new facial recognition system available on the iPhone X. Previously, OneDrive featured Touch ID support, locking accounts with fingerprint protection, but since the iPhone X only support...
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