On Monday, Apple seeded the first beta of the next version of its mobile platform, iOS 9.3 to developers.
On January 11, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 9.3 to developers. It is available right now through the Apple Developer Center, as is par for the course. However, the page does not reflect any type of changelog at the time of publication, so what exactly Apple has added to the new software is not known at this time.
It is a major update to the mobile platform, though, so it’s likely that it could include some worthwhile forward-facing changes for the user. When something surfaces, we’ll be sure to update accordingly.
What’s new in iOS 9.3
Here’s what’s been discovered in the first beta for iOS 9.3 so far:
- Support for multiple Apple Watches: For those with an iPhone running the first beta of iOS 9.3, along with watchOS 2.2 installed, the iPhone will now be able to pair with multiple Apple Watches.
Here’s a complete list of what’s new in iOS 9.3.