iOS 9.3 public beta 3 released – Night Shift, password protected notes, and more

Apple has finally released the 3rd beta of iOS 9.3 to all those enrolled in the Public Beta testing program. Apple has already released the same beta to registered iOS developers, and it took the company just another additional day to make the same beta version available to the public beta testers.

The official release notes of iOS 9.3 public beta 3 are identical to that of the developers variant of the software update. If we see anything new in this public beta release of the 3rd iOS 9.3 beta, we’ll make sure to update it here.

night shift ios 9.3

Unlike software updates pushed after the major iOS 9 release, iOS 9.3 is set to bring a host of new features and changes to Apple’s popular mobile operating system. Some of the prominent new inclusions in iOS 9.3 are the Night Shift mode, which changes the color of the display from brighter to warmer in the night times based on the clock and the geolocation data. This makes the display easier on eyes when you are using your device in the dark.

Other prominent new features include the password protected Notes application, revamped News app, new 3D touch Quick Actions for built-in apps of the iOS, ability to duplicate Live Photos as a still image, Apple Music support in the CarPlay, improvements to the Health app, classroom, and much more.

If you’re enrolled in the Public beta testing program and already rocking iOS 9.3 beta 2, you should already have received a new update notification. You can install the beta 3 update by going to Settings > General > Software Update and trigger the update installation there. The update is also available through Apple Developer Portal that can easily be installed using iTunes.

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