Apple has released iOS 9.3 beta 3 to registered developers for testing. The very first iOS 9.3 beta brought new 3D Touch shortcuts on newer iPhones, Touch ID-secured Notes, a new Night Shift mode for blue light reduction, and much more.
iOS 9.3 beta 2 added the Night Shift toggle in Control Center and other tweaks. Looking over to iOS 9.3 beta 3, folks will be able utilize a much enhanced Night Shift tutorial in the Control Center, and will be treated to corrected icons in landscape.
For those that don’t know, Night Shift works a lot like the popular f.lux utility on Mac, which changes the display color temperature between sunset and sunrise to make the screen easier on the eyes for reading at night.
iOS 9.3’s Notes app adds the function to secure individual notes with one secure password, along with Touch ID on compatible iPhones and iPads.
And looking over to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, users will be able to access additional 3D Touch shortcuts. The shortcuts include quick access to the battery, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and wallpaper options in the Settings app from the Home screen.
The software is available to member of the Apple Developer Program and can be deployed on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad running the previous beta as an over-the-air download in Settings>General>Software Update.
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