iOS public beta testers, the time to update has come once again.
Apple is now pushing iOS 9.3 Public Beta 4, just one day after the update rolled out to registered iOS developers. The update can be grabbed over the air, so if you’re a public beta tester, just head into Settings > General > Software Update and you should see it waiting for you.
iOS 9.3 brings with it several notable changes. Perhaps the biggest is Night Shift, which will slowly change your display to a warmer hue at night to make reading easier on your eyes and make it easier for you to fall asleep. While you might have an easier time sleeping if you simply don’t use your phone before bed, some of us can’t resist checking Twitter or reading a few articles before snoozing, and so Night Shift should make it easier to fall asleep after we get all caught up.
Apple has also updated its Notes app in iOS 9.3, letting users lock individual notes so that you’ll need a password or fingerprint to read them. Other tweaks in iOS 9.3 include an improved Health app, 3D Touch support for Apple apps like Settings and Weather, Wi-Fi Calling for Verizon customers, and multi-user support for education users.
Apple hasn’t announced when it’ll push iOS 9.3 to the public, but with an Apple event rumored for March 15, it’s possible that a full release will happen then.