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What's New in iOS 9.3?

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Apple has given its next iOS update to developers to test; here's what's new in iOS 9.3

7 new features coming to your iPhone and iPad with iOS 9.3. A new iOS update is brewing, coming soon to your iPhone. iOS 9.3 is now available for developers and includes some welcome upgrades that'll help you sleep better and stay organized.

7 new features coming to your iPhone and iPad with iOS 9.3

For now, iOS 9.3 is available as a developer preview, meaning it's not completely finished. There's no word on when it will arrive on your iPhone or iPad just yet, but Apple typically releases a preview just a few months before the final version. In the meantime, read up on the top new features below before they arrive. Stay up late with your iPad You may have heard that your phone's screen is ruining your sleep quality and yet you still fall asleep with it every night. Researchers believe that blue light emitted by LED screens halts the production of melatonin, the hormone that tells our brains to sleep.

Apps like Flux and Twilight can already do this for your computer and Android phone. News you'll (probably) want to read Apple tried to give us a one-stop shop for news last year with the News app. New Features coming with iOS 9.3. Apple iOS 9.3 Has Two Important Changes. Over the last 18 months I’ve held Apple (rightly) to task about several releases of iOS 8 and iOS 9 which broke as much as they fixed.

Apple iOS 9.3 Has Two Important Changes

But with Apple’s new iOS 9.3 release I want to applaud the company for making two commendable changes very quickly… Important Change #1 Earlier this month a serious yet ridiculous bug was discovered: setting the date of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to January 1st, 1970 would brick the device the next time it was restarted. Why would anyone do that? Because a hoax spread across the Internet that it would unlock a secret retro iOS theme. 13 Things to Know Right Now About the iOS 9.3 Update.

Upcoming Features in iOS 9.3 — A Snapshot of Everything New in Apple's Latest OS. The Mobile Zone is brought to you in partnership with CA Technologies.

Upcoming Features in iOS 9.3 — A Snapshot of Everything New in Apple's Latest OS

Super-speed development with powerful backend SDKs and APIs for devs with CA Mobile App Services. Everyone's favorite operating system is back with a bang! While iOS 9.2 was a quiet affair, Apple's latest version, the iOS 9.3 comes full of surprises and a host of cool new features, but it is currently available to developers only. So, if you are an iOS developer planning to develop iPhone apps, now is the right time! Public users need to register for early access via the iOS Beta Program. So, let's take a look at the three major features expected in iOS 9.3: Night Shift: A much-awaited feature, Night Shift is an important introduction. Another ground-breaking functionality is the 'Classroom' app that allows teachers to control the iPads for all the students in their class or even use 'Screen View' to monitor individual iPad usage of students.

Health– Similar to Fit by Android, Health hasn't quite lived up to the hype. Inside iOS 9.3: Apple's native apps gain new 3D Touch shortcuts on iPhone 6s. By Neil Hughes Tuesday, January 12, 2016, 06:07 am PT (09:07 am ET) The upcoming release of iOS 9.3 will bring new 3D Touch shortcuts to Apple's built-in apps on the iPhone 6s, most notably giving users the ability to quickly update App Store installs, or access battery or Wi-Fi settings.

Inside iOS 9.3: Apple's native apps gain new 3D Touch shortcuts on iPhone 6s

Developers were issued the first beta of iOS 9.3 this week, revealing some of the changes planned for the forthcoming update. In particular, Apple has added a new "Update All" 3D Touch shortcut to the App Store icon, as well as a "Purchased" link. Previously, the iOS Settings app lacked any 3D Touch shortcuts at all, but that's set to change with iOS 9.3.

In the first beta, developers can quickly access "Bluetooth," "Wi-Fi," "Battery," and "Set Wallpaper" by firmly pressing the icon. iOS 9.3 vs iOS 9.2: What's New in iOS 9.3.