The Little Things
And finally, the iOS 9.3 release date will be exciting for those that use an Apple Watch, those that use Apple's core applications and those that own a Verizon iPhone 5c or newer.
Apple released WatchOS 2.2 beta alongside the iOS 9.3 beta. This is exciting because Apple Watch users using both updates will now be able to pair more than one Apple Watch with an iPhone.
iOS 9.3 will also bring Siri support for Siri Support for Hebrew, Finish, and Malay. Huge if you speak those languages.
Apple's also including upgrades to Notes, CarPlay, Apple News, and Health. Here are the changes on board the iOS 9.3 update:
Notes - Notes are now protected by passwords and you'll now be able to sort by date created, date modified, or even alphabetically if you choose to.
Apple News - Improve article selection for the For You section, a new landscape mode and new in-line video playback.
Health - Updates to the user interface have made it easier to find the data you view the most.
CarPlay - The app includes new New and For You sections and a new nearby feature in Maps that will help you discover locations in your immediate area.
App updates in iOS 9.3 go beyond that though. If you own an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you should be excited about iOS 9.3 because it will bring some new 3D Touch shortcuts to apps like Settings, Compass, Weather, and more.
The iOS 9.3 beta 3 delivered support for Verizon Wi-Fi Calling. This is huge for Verizon iPhone users who own an iPhone 5c or newer.
Apple's next update is also expected to fix the "1970 Date Bug" that's been plaguing users for several weeks now.
iOS 9.3 beta 5 reportedly brought some changes for supervised devices. If your company is tracking your iPhone you can now see it clearly in the About section of Settings and the lock screen. This will give workers transparancy that they didn't have on earlier versions of iOS 9.
This is huge for those concerned about privacy inside and outside of the workplace.
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