AltStore is a new app that has been launched recently by hackers with the sole purpose of stealing credit card numbers. In fact, there is actually an entire section of AltStore that is made for stealing credit card information. The hackers have created AltStore in order to take advantage of the fact that no one really knows how to stop hackers from stealing credit card information. Fortunately, Apple has taken the initiative and is working on a solution for this problem. At the moment, this is only a project that is being worked on internally, but according to one anonymous source, there is already good news coming out for all the iPhone users in the near future.
According to this particular source, Apple is in the process of considering a new credit card security feature called "uated", which will allow a developer to apply one-off payment requests to the server instead of requiring the user to sign up every time. Apple is looking for a way to stop hackers from signing up personal details as well as spending limits on users' accounts. As such, it becomes extremely difficult for a thief to break down your security system, as you will only have to sign up once for the various services that you might want to avail of. As a result, users will be able to enjoy a secure and convenient shopping experience from a long distance, without any hassle of having to sign up every time.
So, we can see that there are no immediate plans for Apple to release a compatible version of the iOS 4 mobile operating system for the AltStore. However, we can expect to see more iOS based mobile phone applications hitting the market from companies like AltStore LLC. This company will release an application that enables the user to browse through the large database of its apps, and even download them directly from AltStore. This means that you won't have to wait for your favorite app to go viral just so that you can download it on your phone! AltStore should begin offering a wide variety of its applications soon.