Apple sending out iOS 9.3 beta 1 to public beta testers via an OTA update

Apple sending out iOS 9.3 beta 1 to public beta testers via an OTA update
Apple's iOS 9.3 build will have some interesting features as we've been discussing. 3D Touch gets added to the rest of Apple's first-party apps like Settings, Health, Stocks, Weather, App Store, and Compass. Night Shift will help you sleep better at night by making the screen cooler once the sun goes down. Notes gives you a secure place to keep your...well, notes, and the Apple News app is improved. In addition, someone who owns multiple Apple Watches can pair them all to one iPhone with Auto Switch.

Another new feature coming in iOS 9.3 allows multiple students in different classes to each use the same Apple iPad. Using multiple accounts, None of the students will have to worry about the others seeing their personal information. The update is in the process of being sent to public iOS beta testers via an OTA update.

If you're interested in becoming a public iOS beta tester, click on the sourcelink. Once you sign up, you will be able to get new features on your iPhone or iPad before the majority of the public has a chance to use them. While not the final build, and thus open to bugs, lags and gremlins, there are usually a few new features that you should enjoy testing. In addition, Apple gets to see your feedback about the iOS beta you're testing via a feedback app that all public iOS beta testers get to use.

source: Apple via 9to5Mac, MacRumors

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