The release of beta today constructs 13E5233a and 13E5234a that comes exactly one week later the sixth version of iOS 9.3 was released in early March as reported by Apple Insider. We are quite confident that Apple would not bring in anything new into the beta release of iOS 9.3 as the past few releases have been concentrating strictly on bug fixes and improvised performance. We are all ready for bug fixes, and this is what iOS 9.3 beta 7 is all about.
Apple has released its 7th iOS 9.3 prerelease beta for developers and public beta testers before its expected public release next week. According to Apple Insider, the new features include a new Night Shift mode for reduced eye strain that automatically changes the display temperature, Touch ID- and password-protected items in the Notes app, new CarPlay features, expanded 3D Touch Quick Actions on apps such as Settings, and various improvements to existing first-party apps and services.
Apple is also interested to make some specialized contribution for schools and industry with the upcoming iOS release. For example, the Classroom app and supporting ecosystem for iPad which proposing teachers and school administrators comminuted control over software distribution, per-student device management and remote monitoring. Verizon iPhones obtain Wi-Fi Calling support, the built-in News app that includes new improvements. Apple Music needs not to add playlists songs to My Music, multiple Apple Watches can be paired to a single iPhone, and much more. iCloud for iBooks which also enables PDF syncing between iOS devices.
If you are already an user of previous beta of iOS 9.3 then you can update to iOS 9.3 beta 7 over the air. ?It is very simple. Just connect your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch to a power outlet and WiFi network, go to Settings > General > Software Update, and download the latest beta 7 from Apple?s servers. The update is rolling out to developers and public beta testers at 66.1MB.