Update Time: iOS 9.3 comes with new Night Shift Features and more

Apple has lot to offer, an event happened today at Cupertino, which we covered exclusively here, announced significant updates to its four platforms. The final versions of iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4, tvOS 9.2, and WatchOS 2.2 will be available to download today for all supported devices.

Here's are the some highlights of the features you can expect from this iOS 9.3 update for iPhone and iPad.

Highlights:
  1. 1. Night Shift Feature: Research says an exposure to bright blue light in the evening can effect circadian rhythms and makes it harder to fall asleep. With inclusion of Night Shift feature in new iOS, the display changes colors on your phone to warmer spectrum depends on the time of your clock and geolocation.
  2. 2. To secure your private diary, now comes the Touch id for Notes. 
  3. 3. News: Apple stock app is better tailored now to suites your particular interests. It will have now options that suggests Editor's Picks articles and trending topics.
  4. 4.New Health Apps: Apple makes more easier now to find third party apps to track your health and wellness. Categories like Weight, workouts, and Sleep will have new slider menu which reveals great apps you can add to your health dashboards.
  5. 5. Car Play: There will be new features added to Car Play. Apple Music now can be played right from your Car Play feature. And nearby feature in Maps lets you find nearby gas stations, restaurants, coffee shop and more.
 


















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