Apple's New Update: iOS 10.3 Beta 2 Released With New Features
Apple started releasing out today the second public beta of iOS 10.3, a tweak to iOS 10 that will become available to everyone in a couple of weeks. Today's new update comes almost two weeks after Apple rolled out the initial iOS 10.3 public beta. Like the first public beta, this release comes with the Find My AirPods feature in Find My iPhone, your personal information is now at the topmost of the Settings app, you can go for iCloud Analytics to provide more information to Apple, you can be able to see what's taking up your iCloud storage space.
There's a redesigned area for showing Siri app suggestions, and also the animations for going to and from the home screen have been updated according to a source. Developers registered with Apple can be able to download iOS 10.3 beta 2 (build 14E5239e) over the air or from the Apple Developer Center. Apple on Monday also released watchOS 3.2 beta 2 (build 14V52114d) and tvOS 10.2 beta 2 (build 14W5231d). It didn't supply a new beta for the latest build of MacOS 10.12.4, but it rolled out Xcode 8.2 beta 2 with Swift 3.
What's New In Beta 2 Update:
The 32 Bit App Alert, the alert warns customers legacy 32-bit apps will not work with future versions of iOS now includes a "Learn More" button. The button is not functional yet and basically takes users to the Settings app, but it may also be updated in a future beta and The Three UK WiFi Calling, the wiFi calling was enabled by British carrier Thre months ago, and with today's beta 2 new update, the feature is now available for users running iOS 10.3.
Initial iOS 10.3 Beta Update:
Updates included a Find My AirPods feature. New App Store APIs. Enabled calls on iCloud-connected devices for Verizon customers are also accessible and much more.
The big changes in iOS 10.3 beta 2 appear to be more based on bug fixes than anything else, which we should be pleased about. New features are all good knowing that the flexibility and stability of iOS that we feel sometimes get overlooked.
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