By: Michael Conte
Yesterday, Apple released iOS 9.3 Beta 2. This beta includes some more small changes to a pretty big update.
In terms of NightShift, Apple added a Contol Center toggle to the bottom of Control Center to turn it on or off. When pressed it gives the user options to turn NightShift on for the time being, or until the next day. Also, NightShift got its own section in the "Display and Brightness" tab in Settings.
Apple also made some adjustments to 3D Touch shortcuts, removing the "Set Wallpaper" for the Settings app, and adding shortcuts for Tips and Calculator.
Also, Apple added a tiny, yet helpful Apple Music feature that is found in the Settings. It is a toggle that, when turned on, will automatically add songs from Apple Music you add directly to playlists, to your library.
Overall, iOS 9.3 is shaping up to be a great release with NightShift, improvements to Health and News, Touch ID protected notes, and many features for education. iOS 9.3 is expected to be released in March. You can download the second beta at: developer.apple.com/ios/download