iOS 6 will not ask for your password anymore while downloading free apps
With iOS 6 users are no longer required to enter passwords for downloading free apps
The App Store; Apple’s inhouse application store for all your games and apps is no doubt great. And that’s what differentiates Apple from rest of the competitors too. However, there were certain features in the previous versions of iOS that many people perceived as not mandatory and could have been avoided. Things like asking for an Apple ID password for downloading free apps. If you are the one who have always wanted to get rid of this, iOS 6 is for you.
Apple during the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) demonstrated that with iOS 6 users are no longer required to enter their iTunes password when downloading updates or previous purchases from the App Store. This feature has now been extended to free apps as well. So you don’t have to enter your password for free apps atleast.
So, are you happy with this new move? Note that now anyone you hand over your phone too can download apps and grant them permissions to your photo album, contacts, and location then bury the app in a folder! What are your thoughts on this?