By: Austin Dean
Apple has released iOS 9.3 beta 7 to registered developers. This latest beta release is expected to be the last pre-release seed ahead of the public roll out on Monday, March 21st, and doesn't include any major changes aside from "Bug Fixes and Improvements". For those that aren't aware of what 9.3 will include, we will outline it below.
Night Shift: reduces the amount of blue light the screen gives off for easier viewing in darker environments (only available for 64 Bit devices).
Lock Specific Notes with TouchID in the notes app.
MultiUser Support for Education iPads.
More 3D Touch shortcuts across stock apps.
iOS 9.3 is presumably the last major upgrade to iOS 9.x ahead of the expected iOS 10 release in September alongside the iPhone 7. We've started work on an iOS 10 wish list as well, if there's anything new you find in 9.3 that we haven't covered, or that was missed in 9.3 that you'd like to see in iOS 10 beta, let us know in the comments below.