For instance, it has been recently discovered that within iOS 8.3, users will be able to initiate a phone call and transfer it immediately to speakerphone just by saying, “Hey Siri, call [insert name here] on speaker,” and the digital personal assistant will make that happen.
Now, someone trying out the latest iOS 8.3 beta has discovered that another change has been found within the latest software from Apple. Found within settings, and then heading into the “iTunes & App Store” area, there’s a new option called “Password Settings.” Tapping on that will allow the user to make some changes to the way that free content is accessible through the App Store and/or iTunes.
If you want to update to the latest iOS 8.3 beta 3 now then register your iPhone iPad iPod UDID to Apple Developer Program, to install any iOS beta version on your device.
Right now, iTunes and the App Store will ask for your password (or your Touch ID input) when you want to download anything for the first time, whether it’s a free app/game or something you have to pay for. With this new setting, users will be able to tweak how often, or when Apple’s digital stores will prompt for a password when buying content. The new setting will allow users to option that iTunes and the App Store doesn’t prompt for a password for free content.
As of right now, the setting is currently disabled, but it would at least appear that Apple is planning on adding it to the rotation when iOS 8.3 officially releases sometime in the future. It is also not showing up in all regions, apparently. One final note: This setting is only available for users that have Touch ID disabled.
What do you think of this addition?