What you need to know about the best trading app for iPhone and iPad

When you’re looking to trade, you don’t want to have to click and drag a mouse and a keyboard to do it.

So what do you do if you want to trade on a desktop computer?

You go mobile, where you can trade on any device, including your mobile phone.

That’s what Apple is doing with the iOS 9 trading app that launched on Monday.

AppleInsider’s John Vennard tells Fox News that Apple has been using the iPad’s “near field communication” capabilities to enable it to enable near field communication (NFC) for trading.NFC is a new way of communicating between your iPhone and Apple’s iPhone.

This means that your iPhone can send and receive data between your phone and your iPad, so that you can easily access your money in your iPhone.

For example, if you trade an iPhone for an iPad, the iPad will have access to your iPhone’s contacts.

When Apple introduced NFC in iOS 9, it also launched a new version of the iOS app that included a few new features.

The newest version of iOS 9 also has a few additional new features that allow you to send and/or receive money.

In addition to the NFC functionality, the newest version also includes some new trading features.

AppleInsider reader Andrew Johnson explains that the most recent version of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus support NFC payments, and the latest versions of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus support a new feature called “Near Field Communication.”

In addition, there are new “near-field communication” features available for iOS 9.

Apple’s John Gennaro explains that these include a “previous position,” a “next position” feature, and a “followed” feature.

The NFC feature has been used by other companies like Facebook, which recently announced it will be launching a similar feature called Near Field Messages.

These messages can be sent between your smartphone and your tablet.

The latest version of Apple’s trading app also includes a new option to automatically add and remove money from your account, and to automatically send money to your account.

Apple says it uses “near cell” technology to keep your money secure from data breaches.

Apple also says the latest version adds “previously-held funds” that allow users to track the exact amount of money they have in their account.

It’s a small feature, but it could be a big boon for many iPhone users.

When you receive money from a friend, you can view their account details and see if they have sent money to you in the past.

It also lets you see how much money your friend has in their checking account.

This is especially helpful when you are checking with your friends and family.

If you want more info on the latest iOS 9 and NFC trading features, check out the latest issue of AppleInsiders iPhone and Mac app.