Apple recently released the seventh beta of iOS 9.3. The program is now available to download for developers and public beta testers. We've gathered all of the latest information on the web so that you'll when is the release date of iOs 9.3 and its beta updates.
After the launching of iOS 9.2 more than three months ago, Apple teased fans about the possible roll out of the new iOS 9.3 back in January. Today's reports say the seventh beta of the latest iOs will make some tweaks before it becomes available for public. Tech Times claims the seventh beta is the last beta program of the operating system.
Just one week after the rollout of the sixth beta, the iOS 9.3 beta 7 is now available via over-the-air (OTA) download. Interested testers can download the new beta program at the the iOS section of the Apple Developer Center.
As a major update, the iOs 9.3 offers several new features for Apple users. There's Night Shift mode that reduces the amount of blue light from Apple gadget to protect the eyes of its user during nighttime. Also, the feature alters the color of the display based on the time of sunset of user's location.
The other iOs 9.3 features are multi-user login, CarPlay updates and other enhances to the iPad for Education Program and Apple News. Moreover, it introduces updates on Touch ID security and revamped Apple Health apps.
One of the most notable improvements in the iOs 9.3 came out in its fifth beta. The original program of the OS severely limited the functions of the the Apple Pencil for the iPad Pro. Thankfully, Apple addressed the issue with the beta 5.
We previously reported that Apple has a scheduled big event on March 21. The Keynote event is expected to unveil the much-rumored iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Apple has not yet confirmed if the iOS 9.3 will be available in all its glory on March 21, but we'll keep you updated once it happens.
Meanwhile, those who are looking for the jailbreak of iOS 9.3 should have to wait a little longer. Different hacking groups are still trying to find out how to penetrate Apple' security system. There's still no available jailbreak tool from iOs 9.2 and beyond. However, the jailbreak for 9.1 from Pangu is now rolling out. Check this link for more information.