Apple has today seeded the first beta of iOS 9.3 to developers. This is one of Apple’s largest updates to iOS 9 in our opinion. We see a lot of new tweaks that will make the overall experience of iOS better. Here’s everything that’s new with iOS 9.3:
- There’s a new display mode called Night Shift. When the sun sets it will change the display to a warmer color. And when the sun rises, it will go back to it’s normal screen color.
- We have some new 3D Touch actions on apps like Settings, Weather, and the App Store.
- You can password protect notes in the Notes app.
- The News app will now give you better article suggestions.
- You can connect more than one Apple Watch to a single iPhone.
- On an iPhone 6s, you can create a normal still from a Live Photo.
That’s most of the notable things added with iOS 9.3. We’ll be sure to update the list as more things are discovered. Developers can get this update from the Apple Developer Center and install it via iTunes on a computer.