Released the first public beta of iOS 10.3 with Find My AirPods, a file system, APFS and a widget for the Podcast
26.01.2017 0 Comments
The release of the first public beta of iOS version 10.3, which at the beginning of the week was available to developers. Updated debuted a week after the release of the final iOS version 10.2.1. The size of the update iOS 10.3 Public beta 1 is about 2 GB.
In addition to bug fixes, performance improvements and security, iOS 10.3 adds a number of innovations. So, in the firmware there is the option Find My AirPods to search for the missing wireless headphones. SiriKit Toolkit that provides third-party apps to access Siri, you can now pay bills, to track the status of payments and to plan future trips to services like Uber.
In the iOS settings 10.3 there is a new profile of Apple ID settings, which includes all of the user’s device and links to iCloud, iTunes, App Store and family sharing. In this section shows how to use iCloud storage space.
CarPlay updated with shortcuts to run the most recent application and the location of charging stations of electric cars. In HomeKit introduces support for programmable household switches.
File system switched to the use of APFS ( Apple File System), announced last year at WWDC, has been updated animations when opening and closing applications, developers will be able to update the app icons at any time.
The first iOS Public beta 10.3 1 10.3 corresponds to the iOS beta 1 for developers. Join the open testing Apple today with Apple ID. Before installing the public beta, you must save a backup in iTunes or iCloud.
It is understood that iOS 10.3 will be on testing stage for some time. All this time in the process of working with iOS 10.2 may experience errors. Apple guarantees the steady operation only for the final releases of their OS.