Apple’s iOS 9.3 was officially announced at the company’s keynote today. Here’s everything we know about the new iPhone and iPad update.
iOS 9.3 is the biggest incremental iPhone and iPad update in several years, as Apple has new software features that go as far as changing your sleeping habits.
That’s right, it has the long-sought-after iPhone Night Shift feature, which controls the blue light levels emitted from your screen, and it’s finally out of beta so that everyone can download starting today.
Plenty of other useful features are here as well: multi-user support for students, Apple Notes locked behind a password (or Touch ID) and tweaked News, Health and Apple CarPlay apps. In the US, Verizon gains Wi-Fi calling – finally.
All of this is coming to devices that currently run iOS 9 as well as a new phone and tablet: iPad Pro 9.7 and iPhone SE, which launch March 31 in the 13 countries including the US, UK and Australia.
Thankfully, the power of Touch ID and passcodes are…