Apple starts rolling out iOS 9.3 beta 2

Apple after testing out the first beta of iOS 9.3 now moves to the second beta with a number of additions besides the improvements in the earlier features. The iOS 9.3 beta 1 was released earlier this month which has been on test with a mix response. With the iOS 9.4 beta 2, now we have some new tasks to test before it gets final.

The earlier iOS 9.3 beta 1 included the news options like the Wi-Fi Assist to address the complaints of its users. After the changes on the beta one, users can now see the amount of data consumed using the Wi-Fi Assist. After addressing the complaints with Wi-Fi Assist in the beat 1, Apple as now focused on the Night Shift.

iOS 9.3 Night shift

The iOS 9.3 beta 2 is out with build number of 13E5191d. Though there are some other additions too, but the key change is the additional button to turn the Night Shift on or off right from the Control Center. The new Nigh Shift feature with some others will arrive to Apple devices with the iOS 9.3 update.

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The Night Shift feature is the new additional feature which controls color temperatures on your iOS device for day and night time. With adjusted color temperatures and less blue light, staring at your iPhone display at night will not affect your eyes and also the sleep pattern. The Night shift works as per your location data and determines the sunset timings to change devices’ color temperature automatically.

The iOS 9.3 also brings improvement for Notes with more privacy. Using the iOS 9.3, users can type important information in Notes which will only be accessible with fingerprint scan viva touch ID or by typing password. The new iOS version will also enable the users to connect multiple Apple Watches to single iPhone. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here.