Apple has released the seventh version of public beta for iOS 9.3 to developers and public beta testers.
The release of beta builds with numbers 13E5233a and 13E5234a come with a Night Shift mode, iCloud for iBooks enables PDF syncing between iOS devices, Touch ID notes, Wi-Fi calling for Verizon subscribers, new CarPlay features, expanded 3D Touch options on apps such as Settings. There is even new enhancements for News app while Apple’s Health and Activity apps have also been upgraded with app recommendations. There are bunch of other improvements throughout the system.
Those running the previous beta on an iPhone or iPad can download this seventh iteration over-the-air, or they can download and install it via a Mac from the iOS Developer Resource Center. Apple had released iOS 9.3 for developers in January and the public beta was also available for download. The company has scheduled an even on March 21 where it will announce the new iPhone and smaller iPad Pro. Apple could release iOS 9.3 for everyone at the event.