iOS 9.3 beta 4 is now available to iOS developers. Apple has just released the fourth beta of its upcoming iOS 9.3 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The update is available to all those enrolled in Apple’s developer program either as an OTA update or as a standalone download directly from Apple’s server.
The third beta of iOS 9.3 was released two weeks ago, which brought WiFi calling feature to the Verizon wireless users along with a fix for T-Mobile customers. The first beta of this upcoming iOS firmware was released more than a month ago (on January 11) to the developers.
Unlike previous iOs 9.x.x installments, iOS 9.3 is a sizeable software update for all the compatible devices, which incorporates many new features. One of the primary new addition in iOS 9.3 is the Night Shift mode, which – based on the clock and the geolocation data – automatically shift the display colors to warm to make it easier on your eyes in the dark.
Other new features of iOS 9.3 include password-protected Notes, revamped News app, new 3D Touch Quick actions for many stock applications, ability to duplicate Live Photo as a still image, new classroom app, Apple Music support for CarPlay, and much more. The new classroom app will add the ability to add multiple Apple ID logins for iOS devices, allowing multiple students to utilize the same device with individual profiles.
The changes specific to the fourth beta of iOS 9.3 is the inclusion of a redesigned Night Shift mode icon in Control Center. We’ll make sure to update this post as we learn more about the new changes introduced in this fourth beta.
Download and Install iOS 9.3 beta 4
If you are already running iOS 9.3 beta on your device, you can easily update to the fourth beta by going into Settings > General > Software update and then installing the OTA update from there. Registered iOS developers can also download standalone iOS 9.3 beta 4 IPSW file from Apple’s developer center and install it using iTunes.