Apple iOS 10.3 Public Beta 3: Enhancements, Improvements and New Features

Apple iOS 10.3 Public Beta 3: Enhancements, Improvements and New Features

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IOS 10 could see further adoption when iOS 10.3, which is now in beta for developers and public testers, is officially released.

About two weeks ago, Apple rolled out the second beta versions of the three operating systems and like expected, the new versions come with a number of improvements that also include bug fixes, changes to the user interface as well as a bunch of new features for the iPhone and iPad as well as Apple TV and Apple Watch. Once it identifies such apps, the new tool checks the App Store for any updates. There are three available options to this feature and users can mingle with them to their own preference.

Probably the most important feature to appear in the third macOS 10.12.4 public beta, however, is the addition of Night Shift.

Another first in iOS 10.3 would be the revamped App Store that for the first time would allow developers to respond to customer reviews (like on the Play Store).

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The release notes for the third beta version of Xcode 8.3, meanwhile, highlight the deprecation of the Swift 2.3 programming language, warning developers to migrate their projects that contain v2.3 code to Swift 3 syntax. It also lists resolved issues concerning Swift and Apple LLVM compilers and details a couple known issues concerning the Swift compiler. However, it is new to the Apple Watch. Beta versions of the operating systems are made available via over-the-air updates once beta testers have the proper certificate installed on their iOS device.

If you'd like to test iOS 10.3 public beta 3, then you'll need to be a member of Apple's Beta Software Program.

David Ramel is an editor and writer for 1105 Media.

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