With one week to go before its next event, Apple has unleashed another iOS 9.3 beta.
iOS 9.3 beta 7 is now rolling out to both registered developers and public beta testers. The update is available in two different builds: 13E5233a and 13E5234a.
As for what’s included in the update, we already know that iOS 9.3 is bringing with it Night Shift. With Night Shift enabled, your iOS device’s screen will gradually become warmer and warmer, which will making using it easier on your eyes and could help you fall asleep easier. iOS 9.3 also includes Verizon Wi-Fi calling support, improved Notes and Health apps, and more.
Apple hasn’t said when it’ll begin rolling iOS 9.3 to the public, but a likely possibility is that it’ll be released next Monday, March 21, following Apple’s iPhone SE event. So if you’re a regular user that’s been waiting for your turn to try out the new features that devs and public testers have had for weeks now, your chance could be here soon.