As the release for Apple’s iOS 9.3 approaches what is expected to be the final beta version is now available for developers.
Apple is expected to launch its latest iOS on March 21 as news about the latest iPhone and a new iPad are also expected. However, before the official launch developers are getting an opportunity to see what’s expected to be the last beta version.
The upcoming iOS 9.3 is expected to be the major update needed to improve iOS 9, adding a number of new features, reports Tech Times. The iOS Night Shift mode has been designed to reduce the amount of blue light iPhone and iPad users are exposed to during nighttime.
There’s an expected numerous changes and improvements to iOS 9 with some geared toward education. A classroom app and multi-student login functionality is anticipated to be included. That would mean an iPad could be passed around a class and students would be able to save work to their own individual profiles.
The iOS, reports The Independent, will also feature less significant changes such as Touch ID security for Notes. Apple News, the company’s equivalent to Google News, has also been rejigged to show users more relevant information to their interests, suggests topics and Editor’s Picks, and refreshes the latest stories quicker. Apple Health changes will help users discover third-party apps, and links up better with the Apple Watch.