Apple Rolled Out iOS 10.3 Beta For Public Testing; Check The Updates Here
Apple has released the 6th beta of its iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch iOS 10.3. Apple iOS 10, which came in last year September, is already becoming in line with the firm's "best yet" slogan. Remember Tim Cook’s statement when it was issued is that iOS 10 “is the biggest release ever” for all customers. Now, the iOS 10.3 beta 6 was initially released for the developer as well as public testing and many are anticipating on the latest updates.
The Updates For The iOS 10.3 Beta 6
According to the International Business Times, there are many updates on the iOS 10.3 Beta 6. First of these most awaited refreshes is that the Find My AirPods is already added to Find My iPhone app in order to allow owners to track the gadget at their last known location. Aside from that, Siri support for cricket scores is also updated and Safari support for Reduced Motion preference is updated.
Prominent owners of Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod will also experience security section in Settings app of their devices. New Apple File System (APFS) will be freed up of space and developers can also request app rating and opt out option in the Settings of each device. In addition, the iCloud Analytics introduced for the first time, a floating one-handed keyboard for iPad users is implemented, the CarPlay status bar has determined quick access to media player, communication as well as travel apps.
Furthermore, the weather data in Maps app has 3D Touch forecast also receives an update. According to Phone Arena, Apple has kicked-off a new opportunity for developers on AppStore which they can reply to reviews of their apps. Apple's iOS 10 just keeps getting better and better, as Cook mentioned before that they will d their best to make this update a one of a kind.
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