Apple iOS 9.3 in the Offing; Here’s What to Expect

January 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a few months of silent work behind the scenes, Apple is coming bringing to the fore the new version of iOS.

Version iOS 9.3 from Apple has been brought in as a surprise, and is now getting rolled out to the developers and in preview mode. It can be expected to be arriving in its full form anytime, and we list down some of the highlighted changes and additions in the new iteration for you to get excited.

Apple’s latest update comes focussed on iPads with plenty of new features like a Night Shift mode, Classroom app, Car Play support improvement, etc. The first important feature, the Night Shift, comes as a blessing for all the reading-savvy ones.


The new option lets users tweak the color of display, putting a yellowish tint that’s proven to be more sleep-friendly according to researches.

The Classroom app is the one that gets the better out of teacher interaction with students. Presenting a well-categorized layout of student progress, teachers would be able to track individual activities of children with Apple’s plan for unique education-dedicated Apple IDs.

Another important feature is the deep integration with CarPlay services, which will now see Apple Music and Maps services further integrated with it.

Apple is also adding password-protection to the Notes, so that whatever you scribble in it remains accessible only to you.

Apart from these additions, Apple is also uplifting its Health and News app with deeper and rich contents for the latter app, and third-party usage indication of HealthKit for the former.

The 3D Touch feature will also be ushering with new shortcuts enabled for Weather, Settings, Health, App Store, iTunes Store, Compass apps and many more.

Other discovered tweaks from the developer version include data usage tracking, and an option to hide stock apps.

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