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Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 5 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

Apple released the fifth account iOS 9.3 beta for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new version debuted a week after the release of the fourth version and is currently available only for registered developers. A maintenance release for the public beta is expected later.

The fifth beta version of iOS 9.3 tradit ionally fixed bugs in the main release, reported by users and developers.

9.3 in iOS, Apple has added a “night mode” and press the control to turn on and off. On the iPhone it appeared on the third place in the bottom row of icons control center on your iPad in the lower right corner, next to the brightness control of the screen.

There is support for Wi-Fi Calling for U.S. carrier Verizon. The technology allows a cellular provider to provide voice service wherever there is Wi-Fi: from his apartment to the hotel in a different country that gives you the opportunity to expand voice coverage, saving on construction of base stations.

9.3 iOS has also received a number of improvements to system applications, as well as new opportunities for those who use iPhone and iPad for learning. iPhone can now be associated with several hours Apple Watch. Read more about all the features of iOS 9.3 can be found here.

Update iOS 9.3 beta 5 is currently available only to developers. The final release will take place in March of this year. All of you who want to test the update, you can use the manual at the link below.

See also:

  • How to install iOS 9.3 without developer account
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