Apple releases Seventh beta of iOS 10.3
Just after three days of releasing the sixth beta of iOS 10.3 as well three months after the release of iOS 10.2, the seventh beta of an upcoming iOS 10.3 update is just waiting for you.
Registered developers can download the latest update from the Apple developers center or over-the-air with the proper configuration profile installed.
Have a look at the major Update:-
Biggest consumer-facing feature is “Find My Airpods”. This feature will help the owner to locate a lost earphone. Isn’t Great!!!!! Now the questions arises how could it help you? This feature records the last known location of when an Airpod was connected to an iOS device via Bluetooth and can play a sound on a lost AirPod.
Another new feature is Apple File System (APFS).APFS is optimized for flash/SSD storage and includes features like strong encryption.
Now developers can respond to the customer reviews with the new App Store changes in iOS 10.3. They could also label reviews in the App store as “Helpful” or “Not Helpful,”
Moreover, Apple also plans to limit the number of times developers can ask for a review, allow customers to leave app reviews without exiting an app, and provide a “master switch” that will let users turn off all app review request prompts.
Futhermore, Also new in iOS 10.3 is a redesigned app open/close animation, an Apple ID profile in Settings, a better breakdown of iCloud storage usage, warnings about outdated apps that won’t work with versions of iOS, HomeKit support for programmable light switches, improvements to SiriKit (bill paying, bill status, and scheduling future rides), CarPlay interface improvements, iCloud analytics options, and more.
Update: The seventh beta is also available for members of Apple’s public beta testing program.
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