Apple fully in line with expectations, released today iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2 and OS X 10.11.4 for their respective devices. All updates include exciting new features that are worth installing for.
iOS 9.3 introduces the Night Shift function, which automatically adjusts the color temperature and brightness of the screen to the current time to reduce eye strain, support for TouchID for Notes and much more. The OS can be installed on all iOS devices starting from iPhone 4s and iPad 2, however Night Shift is supported only on 64-bit devices.
watchOS 2.2 for Apple Watch is also available for download. The update includes the ability to pair iPhone with multiple Apple Watch and introduces several changes to the stock Maps app.
tvOS 9.2 for Apple TV 4 brings several important improvements to the system interface, due to which it is possible to navigate through it with only one remote control. The App Switcher has been changed, now it looks more like its counterpart from iOS 9. To make text input a little easier, the ability to connect to the set-top box Bluetooth – a keyboard was added, and for To make the home screen look more orderly, you can now create folders.
Finally OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 for Mac has been released. A small update brings two new features: viewing live photos in Messages and password protection of notes in Notes. The update can be downloaded right now on Mac App Store.
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