iOS 9.3 beta 3 is out now with support for Verizon Wi-Fi calling feature

Before iOS 9.3 officially get released in its finished form we got yet another beta release, the iOS 9.3 beta 3. The first beta of the upcoming Apple iOS version was released a month back which was followed by the second beta. Now about a month before the release of the official version, Apple rolled out another beta version with slight changes.

With the first beta release of the iOS 9.3 about a month ago, Apple introduced various impressive features including the Night Shift, 3D Touch shortcuts and TouchID support for Notes. Some of these features including the Night Shift were updated with some fixes in the second beta release of iOS 9.3 two weeks back. In the later release the Night Shift got a brand new Control Center shortcut which allows to turn the display mode on or off with a single swap.

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The final release of the iOS 9.3 is expected very soon at the Apple event scheduled in March. The iOS 9.3 is highly expected to join the show with 4-inch iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3. With the iOS 9.3 beta 3 release Apple seems streamlining things before the final release in March.

iOS 9.3

Like the first beta the fresh release is also introducing some additional features to expect on the iOS 9.3. However, the new features don’t include any major addition. You will get the Verizon Wi-Fi Calling feature on the top in new beta release. The iOS already supports Wi-Fi calling from other key US carriers which will now be joined by Verizon in the iOS 9.3.

The iOS 9.3 beta 3 also fixes the Control Center icons in landscape. Apple News settings are also refreshed with more countries included in the listings. There is some other minor tweaking like the Night Shift explained in Control Center is changed with new line that says ‘From Sunset to Sunrise’ replacing ‘From 22:00 to 08:00.’ The features on the Notes are also tweaked which now have lock/unlock toggle outside the share sheet.

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