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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Apple releases iOS 10.3 beta 2: what's new?

Apple is releasing the second beta version of iOS 10.3 for developers and testers on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This new software update includes very interesting new features like "Search My AirPods" functionality, improvements in CarPlay, a file system and much more.

At the moment beta 2 of iOS 10.3 is only available, as previously mentioned, for all those users who are subscribed to the Developer Center and / or Apple's Beta Software Program

If you are not registered as a developer or as a tester, do not worry, because usually Apple usually releases the public beta a couple of days after each developer update.

What's new with iOS 10.3 beta 2?

Let's go to the important thing. Below you will find all the new features, features and features that users have discovered so far in the second beta version of iOS 10.3.

IOS 10.3 is the first version to include the "Search My AirPods" functionality in the same "Find My iPhone" application. Additionally, this new beta implements Wi-Fi calls for devices connected via iCloud (Verizon) and a 32-bit warning that suggests iOS 11 will only accept 64-bit applications.

On the other hand, in iOS 10.3 Apple will add an option for developers to respond to user reviews in the App Store.

In addition, Apple will introduce iCloud Analytics for the first time and ... a widget for the Podcasts app!

In summary…

Here are the changes introduced in iOS 10.3 beta 2:

  • Find My AirPods Function in Find My iPhone.
  • Compatibility with Siri in the Premier League of India.
  • Support in Safari for the configuration Reduce motion.
  • New widget for the Podcasts app.
  • New file system to save storage space.
  • Answers to reviews on the App Store.
  • Access to music albums in CarPlay.
  • Security Section in Settings.
  • 3D Touch function in the meteorological data of Maps.

It is also speculated that iOS 10.3 could include Night Mode, Theater Mode, or Dark Mode specially designed for playing video content on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Although this is, for now, just a rumor. Which of these novelties did you like the most?

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