The developers and public beta testers enrolled in Apple’s programs are now able to test out the sixth beta of the upcoming iOS 9.3, which comes one week after the fifth beta has been released. Apple has launched the iOS 9.2 two months ago, which received a minor update – iOS 9.2.1, and iOS 9.3 has been in testing since January 11.

The build 13E5231a of the sixth iOS 9.3 beta, is available as an over-the-air update it can be downloaded from the iOS section of the Apple Developer Center. As you know, iOS 9.3 will come with new features, such as the Night Shift mode, which reduces the amount of blue light on the screen and switches to a yellower color spectrum in the evening, so that the eyes will no longer be tired while browsing the internet before going to bed; the iPad for Education program has received a multi-user login, but it’s limited to MDM customers; personalized recommendations; a landscape view on iPhones; faster updates; support for in-line video; Health has an Apple Watch-style “Activity” view; you can add a password to protect individual entries in Notes; third-party applications are now allowed to add songs to Apple Music app.



As for the Apple Music for CarPlay, this application has new sections called New and For You, which will help you discover music more easily in iOS 9.3, while the Nearby feature in CarPlay Maps will provide more relevant information about the important locations that are nearby.

iOS 9.3 iPhones will be paired with watchOS 2.2 and will support multiple Apple Watches, while the iPhone 6s users will get new Quick Actions for Apple’s stock applications: Weather, Settings, Compass, Health, App Store and iTunes Store.

Rumors say that Apple will release the final version of iOS 9.3 in the spring, most likely on March 21, during a special event.

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