Option in iOS 8.3 points to download apps without entering password




Apple has a toggle added to the test version of iOS 8.3 allows users to specify that the App Store is no longer ask for a password when downloading free apps. The App Store now still asking for a password.

The option has appeared in iOS 8.3, but is not yet active, says 9to5Mac. The option is not available in earlier versions of iOS, so it really would be a new feature. The option can be found under the password settings in iTunes & App Store section of the settings menu.

The option should be faster and easier to download free apps. Now it is possible to download after entering the password, but after fifteen minutes of free apps that quarter the App Store asks again to enter it.

Apple has released iOS 8.3 as a test version for developers and consumers who want to try it already. This public trial came ten days ago.


In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [15484 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »