Saturday, 31 December 2016

All Apple device 2017 New Tips3UTools How to Download Apps Without Apple ID & Password

Problem Description:

In the past, iOS users could download free apps without being asked for a password. However, recent iOS updates force users to type their passwords every time they download apps from the store, no matter if it is a paid app or not. Now, downloading free apps without entering your password is possible. This tutorial aims to introduce how to download Apps without Apple ID & Password.

Solutions:

Method A: Firstly, you can sign out Apple ID. Launch App Store on your iPhone→pull down this page→find and click Apple ID→click Sign Out.

Method B: Launch Settings app on your iPhone→click iTunes & App Store→click Apple ID→click Sign Out.

Method C: Download apps using 3uTools.

a. Download and install the latest 3uTools on your PC, connect your iPhone to PC using the USB cable.

b.Click “Apps”, 3uTools will show you different kinds of applications for you to download. You just need to click “Install” to download and install your wanted apps. By the way, you can manage iPhone’s apps using 3uTools.

A new ‘Password Settings’ section has been discovered in the Settings app of the current iOS 8.3 beta which will permit users to set up their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad so that downloading free iTunes apps and iTunes media won’t require an Apple ID password.
The new option is only exposed to users when Touch ID is disabled, reports 9to5Mac. With Touch ID enabled, the new option is unavailable.
This is understandable to an extent, because approving purchases — free or paid — with the tap of a fingerprint is a frictionless experience.
Nested right inside the iTunes & App Store section in iOS 8.3’s Settings app, the new ‘Password Settings’ subsection contains much welcomed changes to the way Apple treats free app and iTunes media content downloads.
There, you’ll find an altogether new Require Password option.
Flip the switch to ON and the App Store and iTunes will let you download free apps from the App Store, free books from the iBooks Store and free music, movies and television shows in the iTunes Store without entering your Apple ID password.
The new option apparently is not showing up in all regions yet. It’s worth mentioning that paid apps and iTunes content still require a password or Touch ID authentication.
In addition, this section also includes another option to require a password for additional purchases (Always Require and Require After 15 Minutes), including In-App Purchases, after making a purchase with your Apple ID.

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