Apple seeds iOS 9.3 beta 6 to developers and public beta testers

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Apple has seeded the sixth beta for iOS 9.3 to developers and public beta testers.

Apple seeded the fifth beta just one week ago, and the first beta was released on January 11. iOS 9.3 is a sizable update for the platform, including several new features.

One of the primary new features is Night Shift mode, which also includes a toggle within Control Center. Night Shift makes use of the iOS device’s clock and geolocation to automatically shift the colors in the display to warmer end of the spectrum to reduce exposure to bright blue light in the event, to make it easier on your eyes.

iOS 9.3 also includes the ability to password and Touch ID protect Notes, revamped News app, new 3D Touch Quick Actions for stock apps like Weather, Settings, Compass, Health, App Store, and iTunes Store, ability to duplicate the Live Photo as a still image, improvements to the Health app, Apple Music support in CarPlay and new Classroom app, which includes the ability to manage multiple Apple ID logins for iOS devices, allowing multiple students to utilize the same device with individualized profiles. iOS 9.3 also brings Wi-Fi Calling support to Verizon Wireless subscribers.

You can check out what’s new in iOS 9.3 for more details about the list of new features and improvements coming in iOS 9.3 or watch the video below.

iOS 9.3’s sixth beta is available now through the Apple Developer Center. It is also available as an over-the-air (OTA) update on devices that are running a previous beta.

It’s not clear what’s new in iOS 9.3 beta 6 just yet. However, if any forward-facing features for users are discovered, we’ll update this post accordingly.

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