IOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2 and tvOS 9.2 Betas are Packed with Features
At the beginning of 2016, Apple introduced three new betas across the board for developers: the iOS 9.3 beta for the iPhones and iPads, the tvOS 9.2 for the new Apple TV, and watchOS 2.2 for the Apple Watch.
Of the trio, iOS 9.3 beta comes with the most additions on board. The first new feature that Apple introduced with it is the Night Shift mode, which effectively switches the backlight on the iOS device to warmer colors and cuts back on the blue light, making it easier for the eyes of night readers.
The iOS Health app is also given a facelift, with improved health data and details (e.g. movement, exercise, heart rate, idleness, etc), as well as the ability for developers to sync multiple Apple Watches to a single iPhone (thanks in no small part to the new watchOS 2.2 beta).
Even the Notes app has had its security beefed up, with the new iOS 9.3 beta now able to restrict access to your notes to the fingerprints of the device owner, and no one else. That means data such as financial details, health data or even family details are kept under lock and key, and only accessible via the recognition of its user's fingerprints or personal password.
The new tvOS 9.2 beta also comes with some nifty features as well, giving the Apple TV access to Podcasts, folders, a new multi-tasking interface, and (at long last!) Bluetooth keyboard support.
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