By: Jayden Thompson
Apple Today (yesterday for developers) released iOS 9.3 beta 4. This is quite a monumental update for a point upgrade. The major features integrated into this release will be NightShift to redden the screen in darker environments and not burn your eyes, TouchID for notes to keep that sensitive information locked away, Verizon Wifi Calling, the ability for 3rd party apps to add music to your existing AppleMusic library, and MultiUser Mode on Education iPads. Slated for release sometime in March, this could be one of the last betas we see ahead of WWDC in June.
Changes in iOS 9.3 beta 4 include:
New NightShift Icon
Stars next to songs available as singles in AppleMusic
Public Beta testers who are interested in getting this release, can head over to beta.apple.com and download the .mobileconfig profile, whereas developers can find this OTA from beta 3, and also on the Member center in the Developer Portal.