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Apple offers preview of iOS 9.3 on its website

This is a rare situation with Apple to create a new web page which highlights the new features that will appear in the next version of the operating system for mobile devices.


“iOS 9.3 Preview” – is the name of the new page where Apple highlights some of the features and updates that were previously mentioned here and here on bitefruit. The first highlight of the Apple goes to the tool called “Night Shift”- the feature that uses the clock and the geolocation of the iOS device to determine the time of the sunset in your area and change the colors on the screen for more warm and pleasing shades to the eyes.

Then Apple highlights two apps: Notes and Health. The first app allows users to create new notes and protect them with password or TouchID, while the second app will have new menus and more fitness data. And in the end, Apple shows you the new CarPlay and Education apps.

So, if you are not following the news about new iOS 9.3 development, or you find it hard to find useful information, keep an eye on that webpage to be in touch with the latest news regarding the upcoming iOS 9.3. Also, subscribe to our blog as we will try to keep you with the latest information about Apple’s products.


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