One week after the availability of iOS 9.3 beta 6, the fruit company has released yet another beta version for an upcoming update to its mobile operating system. The 7th beta of iOS 9.3 is now available to both developers and public beta testers for testing purposes.
The first beta of iOS 9.3 was pushed to the developers back on 11th January. Since then the company has released a total 7 beta version including the one released today. The latest beta is available as an OTA update and also through iOS section available inside Apple Developer Center, which requires a registered Apple developer account.
iOS 9.3 is set to bring many new features and improvements to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. Some of the prominent new features of iOS 9.3 include Night Shift mode that shifts iOS device’s display to a warmer color spectrum to make it easy on the eyes, multi-user login support for MDM customers (not available to general public), new Quick Actions to the 3D Touch for several stock applications, and revamped News application. Verizon Wireless users will also be getting WiFi calling feature through this update.
You can install iOS 9.3 beta 7 as an Over-the-Air update if you are already running a beta version of the software version. You can do that by going into Settings > General > Software Update. You can also download full-sized IPSW update package and install it using iTunes onto your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
It’s highly likely to be one of the last betas of iOS 9.3 that we’ll be seeing before Apple pushes the final version to the general public. Apple seems to be targeting the upcoming media event to release the final version of iOS 9.3. This upcoming media event is set to be held on March 21 and Apple is widely expected to launch iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and new bands for the Apple Watch.