Apple has now made iOS 9.3 beta 6 available to download for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Released sixth beta seed of iOS 9.3 for both of those members registered in Apple Developer and Public testing program, which took only 6 days after releasing the fifth beta.
The latest beta 6 build of iOS 9.3 has also gone live for Public Beta testers on the same day as Over-The-Air (OTA) update. Simply head to Settings > General > Software Update section on your iOS device to grab the beta 6 IPSW firmware link directly from there and it’s only eligible for those already running any previous version of iOS 9.3 beta pre-installed.
First time installing the iOS 9.3 beta, will definitely need to head to developer.apple.com if you are a registered developer, or beta.apple.com for installing public beta builds, and download the latest update from there.
iOS 9.3 is a major update to iOS 9, brings featured Night Shift, ability to connect multiple Apple Watch units to iPhone, improvements to Notes and other stock Apple apps, support for Wi-Fi calling on Verizon, followed by AT&T, CarPlay tweaks, enhanced 3D Touch Quick Actions for stock apps, and much more.
After releasing iOS 9.3 beta 6, Apple has also dropped Public beta 6 seeds of OS X 10.11.4 and watchOS 2.2 for both developers and beta testers, which also includes tvOS 9.2 for Apple TV, that we’ll discuss on another post.
To learn more on what’s new in this latest iOS 9.3 beta 6 build, you are going to get usual bug fixes and general improvements, not much than you expect from a pre-release and about other significant changes as yet. Currently we are in the process of installing the new build on our devices and will soon update thos post to read the findings as we discover anything new.
If you are those running iOS 9.3 beta 6 on your iPhone or iPad and found something new, don’t forget to share it with us.
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