iOS 9.3 Released
What’s New in iOS 9.3
Night Shift. Apple’s Night Shift feature is system-wide. Night Shift starts adjusting the colors shown on your iPhone or iPad screen “to the warmer end of the spectrum,” cutting down the bright blue light. Night Shift will automatically turn on at your local sunset, and revert to the regular display settings in the morning.
New Quick Actions. iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners get additional Quick Actions to take advantage of 3D Touch feature.
Notes. Apple’s Notes app lets you set a password or use Touch ID to keep your notes secure.
News. iOS 9.3 makes the News app easier to use. Additions include inline video you can play without leaving your feed, landscape support throughout the iPhone version of the app, and a supposedly better-tailored For You section.
Health. The Health app will help you discover new HealthKit apps to install, adding a side-scrolling list of relevant apps to the bottom of the category pages for Weight, Workouts, and Sleep.
CarPlay. The Apple Music app will finally show the New and For You sections. And the Maps app will finally support the Nearby feature that was added in September. Nearby helps you find businesses in your vicinity by category, like gas, parking, coffee shops, and restaurants.
Education benefits. iOS 9.3 has some features aimed at schools.