If you are not a big fan of entering Apple ID password every time you download a free app from the iTunes App Store, here’s some good news. It turns out in the latest iOS 6 Beta 3 version you no longer need to enter your password when you download a free app.
Apple has decided to ditch passwords for downloading updates for existing apps as well. So you will be required to enter password in the App Store only when you download a paid app.
Downloading apps on IOS 6 will also take place in the background, which means you’ll no longer be forced back to the home screen and can continue to browse applications.
The latest version of Apple’s iOS is expected to be launched along with the new iPhone 5 in October. iOS 6 will have over 200 new features including Apple’s in-house maps, enhanced Phone application enabling users to easily ignore phone calls, and Facebook integration.