Apple recently released iOS 8.3 as a public beta and now some new features have been spotted in the latest beta release of Apple’s mobile software.
According to a recent report, one new feature in iOS 8.3 will be the ability to download free apps and also iTunes content without having to enter your password.
This will be a new option that can be selected in the Password Settings menu on your iPad and iPhone and you will be able to set up your device to allow free downloads without having to out in your password each time.
The setting is not active at the moment in iOS 8.3 beta, but Apple will probably make it available when the final software is released.
As yet there are no details on exactly when the final release of iOS 8.3 will be, although we are expecting the software to be made available before the launch of the Apple Watch on the 24th of April.
Source 9 to 5 Mac
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