As expected, Apple today released iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, tvOS 9.2 and OS X 10.11.4 for its various devices today. All the releases pack in plenty of major and minor new features that make them worth upgrading to.
For iOS 9.3, Apple is introducing new features like Night Shift that automatically adjusts the color temperature and brightness of the display to reduce the strain on your eyes; TouchID support for Notes, and more. iOS 9.3 will be available for all iOS devices starting from the iPhone 4s and higher, though the Night Shift feature is only available on iOS devices that come with a 64-bit chipset. The update is also available to download for all iPads starting right from the iPad 2.
watchOS 2.2 for the Apple Watch is also available for download from today. The update adds the ability to pair multiple Apple Watches to one iPhone and also brings some updates to the built-in Maps app.
tvOS 9.2 for the Apple TV 4 brings some much needed usability improvements to the OS that will make navigating around it easier using just a remote. For example, Apple has given the app switcher in tvOS 9.2 a revamp and it now looks similar to the app switcher in iOS 9. To make entering text a little easier, Apple has also added the ability to connect Bluetooth keyboards to Apple TV 4 with this update, and to allow you to better organise your home screen, the company is introducing folders support to the OS. You can read more about what’s new in tvOS 9.2 here.
Lastly, Apple also announced the release of OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 for Macs. The seemingly minor update for El Capitan does introduce two new features: being able to view Live Photos in the Messages app and the ability to password protect notes in the Notes app. You can download the update right away on your Mac from the Mac App Store.