Apple iOS 10.3 Underway, Enhances Storage Space And Speed Performance

Apple just recently seeded it's fifth 10.3 betas out to every supported iOS device that enrolled in the Apple Beta Software Program. It has been a little over a week since the fourth 10.3 beta was officially pushed out, so this can only imply that the latest iOS upgrade is now being finalized and prepared for an official public rollout.

According to Gadget Hacks, iOS 10.3 is a fairly major update and will be succeeding iOS 10.2.1 on every iOS user's iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. From the changes that have been seen so far, iOS 10.3 is purely dedicated to enhancing and improving overall user experience, and will probably be the last major iOS 10 upgrade to be released.

For the most part, the updated iOS devices should now be much faster after the 10.3 upgrade, as well as having more free storage space, and will feature a whole lot of refinement and tuning to features that we have seen lingering around for a while now, that's not to mention the new additions.

Perhaps the biggest and most welcoming change to iOS 10.3 will be the new file system, called APFS, or Apple File System. APFS should free up some storage space and will improve performance even further, as users who are playing with the latest beta have reported up to an additional five gigabytes of storage availability.

Siri, Now a Fan of Cricket

Here's another update that can be appealing to some: Siri now announces Cricket games. Cricket is a fairly popular sport played in many countries all over the world, and now, Siri has been programmed to announced upcoming games, results, and tickets on Different Cricket games around the world

According to Techno Buffalo, it's a very welcoming addition in countries such as England, Australia, and India. It is also another notch for Siri to tick off, adding Cricket to its already useful feature of game results from other sports such as basketball and American Football.

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