Only a week before its official Spring event, Apple has today made available iOS 9.3 beta 7 to both developers and public beta testers.
This iteration comes less than a week after Apple released iOS 9.3 beta 6, along with beta 6 seeds to tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2 and OS X 10.11.14. Beta 7 of tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2 and El Capitan is still not available, but gone live for iOS 9.3 on the usual download channels.
With usual bug fixes and general improvements, expect nothing new in this particular release compared to previous betas. This is likely the last beta of iOS 9.3. At Apple’s March 21st media conference next week, it’s expected to release the full-and-final version of iOS 9.3 to public along wih tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2 and OS X 10.11.14. Also rumored to introduce new 4-inch iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro and new bands for existing Apple Watch.
Major iOS 9.3 brings with it a new era of Night Shift mode, Touch ID/password protection to the stock Notes app, enhancements and optimizations to other stock Apple apps such as News, Health, Activity and Music, 3D Touch Quick Actions menu for Settings.app and more. Enhancements to CarPlay, ability to connect multiple Apple Watch units to a single iPhone, Wi-Fi calling for Verizon iPhones, new enterprise features and a lot more listed in the introduction chart.
Public already running any previous beta version of iOS 9.3 can do so, simply head to Settings > General > Software Update section on your iPhone or iPad to grab the latest beta seed now available to developers and beta testers.
Is this your first time installing beta 7 of iOS 9.3, you will need to either get it from Apple Developer Program portal, or from Apple Public Beta Program site directly.
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