On Monday Apple released for developers and beta testers a new, sixth, beta version iOS 9.3. The update can be downloaded from the developer and beta tester portals, and can be installed over the air if you have a previous beta version installed on your device.
The sixth beta was released less than one week after the release of the previous, fifth, beta, in which some changes were made in Night Shift mode, and about two months after the first beta iOS 9.3.
As a reminder, iOS 9.3 promises to be quite an important update and will bring several interesting features, including the already mentioned Night Shift, as well as password protection for Notes and new actions 3D Touch.
At the same time, the sixth beta of watchOS 2.2 was released to developers. The original beta version of the new OS for Apple Watch contained improvements to the Maps application and the ability to connect several clocks to one iPhone at once, but in the subsequent beta versions of interesting new products, noticeable to the end user, were not found It was.
We have just started to study these updates and will definitely let you know if we find something interesting. If you notice any important changes, tell us about them in the comments!