Recently a hacker named Alexey Borodin has managed to access in-app content without paying any money. It allowed users to download paid in-app content from App Store for free of cost. Now Apple has discovered the vulnerability in iOS, which allows hackers to access in-app content for free of cost. Apple has announced that the final version of iOS 6 will fix in-app purchasing bug in App Store. Apple has also started sending email to developers regarding this vulnerability.
You should note that all apps are not affected by this vulnerability. It has affected only those apps whose in-app purchases depend on the App Store for verification. It is expected that Apple will fix this vulnerability in the final version of iOS 6 that is going to be released this fall. The final version of iOS 6 will be available for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4G, iPod touch 3G, iPad 2 and new iPad. It will come with lots of interesting features such as Facebook integration, new passbook app, redesigned App Store, new maps app, new Siri features, Shared Photo Streams, and Mail. Apple has unveiled various features of iOS 6 at WWDC 2012. Apple has replaced Google Maps with its own maps in iOS 6. The new Maps app looks very similar to Google Maps.
Recently Apple has released iOS 6 Beta 3 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It allowed iPhone 3GS users to use VIP mail and shared photo streams feature. Apple has also started offering iCloud.com email addresses to users with iOS 6 Beta 3. You can download iOS 6 Beta 3 via over-the-air update. It is available only for registered Apple developers. iOS 6 Beta 3 is compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4G, iPad 2, and new iPad. If you are a developer, then you can download it from iOS Dev Center. The size of iOS 6 Beta 3 is 347 MB.