Four days ago, Apple seeded the second beta of iOS 9.3.2, exactly two weeks later after the release of the first beta, and it focuses on two important features: Night Shift, which was introduced in iOS 9.3, and the low power mode that arrived in September, and which improves the battery life of iPhones and iPads. iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 combines these two features, so they can be used at the same time, after they’ve been separated in iOS 9.3 beta 4.
Until four days ago, when users were browsing the internet before bedtime, the Low Power mode was disabled and the device was running low on juice. This was very frustrating, because users had to choose between going to bed with their eyes tired, but without needing to charge the battery, and reading content on an orange-tinted screen, which reduces eye strain, and having to plug the device and letting it charge over the night.
The iOS 9.3.2 beta 2 reunited the Night Shift feature and the Low Power mode, so they can be used simultaneously. The new update is available in public form, so now just Apple-paying developers can download it. In addition, Mac users are able to download OS X 10.11.5 public beta 2 as well, which brings under the hood fixes that improve general stability of this operating system, before the OS X 10.12 will be announced at this year’s WWDC, alongside iOS 10. The previous OS X 10.11.4 brought many important changes, such as password-protected Notes and expanded Live Photos support.
Until the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2016 will kick off on June 13, the American giant will most likely bring more updates to the current operating systems and they’ll continue to do that until iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 will be finally released in September.
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