The iOS 9.3 update is coming with a number of features aimed at those of you who teach and learn with an iPad. Educators, and students, should be excited about these changes.
Apple's launched a webpage that details all of the changes that arrived with the iOS 9.3 beta update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The company also recently launched its Apple School portal, a sign that the company is making progress with the iOS 9.3 update's features and release.
There is a new shared iPad feature for students that grants them immediate access to their unique materials and allows them to pick up where they left off during a lesson.
There is a new classroom app for teachers that allows educators to see what their students see and launch and lock apps with a Remote Control feature.
There is also a new Manage IDs feature that allows teachers and administrators to "easily reset passwords, audit accounts, create IDs in bulk, and create customized roles for everyone in the district."
This is huge for schools that use the iPad as a teaching tool and it's a reason to get excited about the iOS 9.3 release date.
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