IOS 10.3 Will Make Things Easier For AirPods Users
- Author: Delia Davidson Feb 23, 2017,
Feb 23, 2017, 0:46
The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 update brings with it Theater Mode and this means the user can silence the watch easily along with keeping the display dark when they visit the movies. It might also track workouts and helps in searching photos.
Users who have access to the latest macOS public beta can activate Night Shift via Siri - heading to the "Displays" section of the System Preferences app, however, allows users a bit more control over the feature, permitting them to create a Night Shift schedule or adjust the color temperature of the feature when enabled. SiriKit is only limited to iOS apps. However, it is new to the Apple Watch.
Here's what iOS 10.3 packs...
The release notes for the third beta version of Xcode 8.3, meanwhile, highlight the deprecation of the Swift 2.3 programming language, warning developers to migrate their projects that contain v2.3 code to Swift 3 syntax. First, select "General", then choose "Software Update" after installing the proper configuration.
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The upcoming iOS 10.3 version will introduce several new features, including a new Apple File System and - causing the most buzz among users - a "Find My AirPods" tool that provides a map showing the phone's last known location when the ear phones were plugged in. The Apple recommends the device to have 50 percent battery and must be connected to its charger.
Exactly two weeks after releasing the second beta to developers, Apple rolled out iOS 10.3 beta 3 for testers on Monday.
Also, in installing the watchOS 3.2, the mobile operating system requires an iOS 10 running iPhone, and at the moment, the update is only available to developers. It also featured an "AirPlay" toggle.