After two weeks of the release of the third beta of iOS 9.3, the company has started this morning to provide developers with a new version of the upcoming firmware for testing purposes.
As you may know, since the release of iOS 9.3, Apple has introduced a new feature called Night Shift Mode, which remains the focus in iOS 9.3 Beta 4. In addition, some improvements have been made to the standard applications, especially the safety functions.
For those of you who don’t know what’s new, the night shift mode feature basically reduces the amount of blue light that iPhone and iPad users are exposed to in the evening by switching the display to a warmer color spectrum.
There is no new feature we’ve heard of except for the redesign of the night shift icon in the Control Center. You used to see a moon in one eye, but the design was changed to a moon in a sun. That makes a lot of sense and contributes better to the overall symbol.
We’ll keep this post up to date when others find it, all new in this beta update. If your device is currently running a beta version of iOS 9.3, you can download this version directly via the Settings app via the O-T-A update.
iOS developers can also download the latest version of iOS 9.3 from the Apple Developer Portal.