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iOS 9.3 Released, Adds Three Very Exciting New Features


The iOS 9.3 by Apple Inc was a release out of the blue. Not much had been said and discussed about this OS update.

In fact, hardly anyone even had the slightest hint that the company had been working on the iOS 9.2.1 either.

The features that are seen on the new version of the OS are rather interesting. Let us check them out:

*iOS has introduced a new education based application that has been much appreciated by the users who have downloaded the update.

A feature termed as ‘Shared iPad’ has been added which is a iPad multi-user support app. With the help of this app, students can log in to the application and can gain access to apps, books, documents etc.

The app is designed to let kids resume exactly where they had stopped previously. In order to avoid confusion, the app shows the picture of the child who used the iPad. The password is a simple 4 digit PIN.

This is not all. There is a classroom app that gives total control to all the students’ iPads. They can also view the screen while the student is working to check on them.

They can also plan their own schedule to manage their teaching plans.

*Night Shift – Remember the Kindle’s backlight management system? Well, it seems like Apple has been attracted by this feature, as it has come up with a similar Blue Light management system, which would study the geological sunset time as per the clock and adjust the screen tones accordingly.

Henceforth, if you choose to upgrade your device to iOS 9.3, then the device will adjust the backlight to a warmer or a cooler color temperature to avoid stress on the eyes.

Blue light that emanates from screens is often the cause of sleep disorders and causes stress.

If you are a heavy user of the computer or laptop, try taking at least an hour’s break from the computer before you go to sleep, so that the threat on the eyes can be minimized.

*3D Touch Improvements: The introduction of the 3D touch on the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6S series has changed the way the apps have begun to respond on these devices.

The 3D touch system will be made even more responsive than before.

Pressure levels on the screen would be better recognized and work would be optimized.

Other minor adjustments in the placement of the apps is also being done. As of now, there is no concrete information of when the release can be expected, but as the need to churn out iOS 10 before the end of the year is looming overhead, the release could be by February.