Apple has released the fourth beta of iOS 9.3, which is available to the members of the Apple developer program and who own an iPhone, iPad or an iPod touch. The iOS 9.3 Beta 4 comes two weeks after the third beta was made available to developers and public testers. If you’re curious to find out what changes have been made to this beta, you’ll find your answers below.
The developers who have signed up for an Apple Developer account can go to developer.apple.com, from where they will be able to download the latest beta 4 IPSW file of iOS 9.3 for their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device. For those who installed a previous beta version of iOS 9.3, things are simpler, as they will just go to their device’s Settings > Software Update and they will install the update using the over the air method. The members of the Public Beta program have just received this beta version as well.
If you’re neither a developer, nor a public tester, you’re most likely impatient and can’t wait to get the upcoming iOS 9.3 update, which will bring new features such as Night Shift (it shifts the colors in the display in order to not tire the owner’s eyes when using the phone at night); MDM customers will get multi-user login support on iPad; some stock Apple applications will support new 3D Touch Quick Actions (by pressing the Settings app icon, a Quick Action shortcut will be launched and the users will have acces to Battery, Bluetooth and WiFi); two Apple Watch devices will connect to an iPhone; Apple News, Notes and Heath apps will receive enhancements, and Music will be integrated better in CarPlay. Also, iOS 9.3 will bring PDF-syncing via iCloud for iBooks and WiFi Calling will be available to Verizon’s customers, then to AT&T and T-Mobile’s customers.
One of the changes that have been spotted in iOS 9.3 4 beta is the updated icon for Control Center Night Shift toggle.
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