Some iPhone owners are noticing problems with Touch ID after updating to iOS 13. The bug strikes third-party apps requiring authorization such as 1Password and banking apps. Users are reporting that instead of prompting for Touch ID or password entry, affected apps just freeze after launching.
The first Apple credit card is also the first payment method made of titanium. This special material has been coated using a multi-layer process that gives the metal base layer its unique appearance. Most credit cards are plastic, which take on wear and tear such as scratches with heavy use. The Apple Card is no different, as its laser-etched surface can be permanently damaged without proper care and storage.
The physical Apple Card uses titanium instead of plastic, which is just one of the ways Apple's first credit card breaks from tradition. To create the white finish, a multi-layer coating process is applied to the titanium base. The owner's name and the Apple logo are laser-etched into the card.
The titanium Apple Card may be unique, but just like any physical credit card it can be lost, stolen, or damaged by unforeseen circumstances. When this happens, it's important to quickly report the status of your Apple Card and request a replacement. Apple will send out a new Apple Card to the mailing address on the account.
Apple keeps a record of every app purchased or downloaded using your Apple ID. Instead of searching the app store to re-install a missing app, the list of previously purchased apps can be viewed or searched quickly. Once the title is found, the app can be re-downloaded to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with one tap.