Apple has just released the first beta of iOS 9.3 to developers, who can then carry out the first tests. This can be downloaded from Apple’s Developer Center, but will soon be available a version of the public.
There is no information about what actually will introduce iOS 9.3, but it is a major update the news certainly will not miss. As all updates, we will certainly many ‘bug fixes’ to solve problems with iOS 9.2. The post will be updated with each new ‘discovery’.
What’s new in iOS 9.3:
1. Apple Watch – With iOS 9.3 and 2.2 watchOS, an iPhone may mate with more than one Apple Watch. Both upgrades are obviously required for such news.
2. Night Shift – iOS 9.3 includes a feature that reduces the blue tones of the night, a bit ‘as f.lux on Mac.
3. Notes – Notes can be password protected and available new tools to organize them.
4. Apple News – The algorithms have been improved to offer targeted articles in To You. Also introduced a new landscape mode and the ability to play videos.
5. Health – Health has been updated with a new interface, easier to use. Introduced a new menu in some categories to help users find applications that can be used to collect data on health.
6. CarPlay – The platform now includes sections New and For You in Apple Music, along with the Nearby feature in Maps to find local and more.
7. Education – iOS 9.3 includes several new features dedicated to the world of education, as the new application Apple Classroom and School Manager.