The beta version of iOS 9.3 includes encryption in Notes, night mode and multi for iPad. Apple has launched beta for developers of its mobile operating system iOS 9.3, which includes some interesting news for users of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The first of these improvements is Night Shift, a technology that uses time and geolocation of the device to determine what time of day it is and adjust the brightness of the screen. The aim of the night mode is to neutralize the blue light that can cause problems when sleeping.
The Notes application has also been updated: now you can lock with password or fingerprint those notes containing sensitive information (such as bank details, health information or credentials of a web). Moreover, the notes can be organized alphabetically or by date of creation.
iOS 9.3 includes significant enhancements for using the iPad in schools. Now you can create multiple user accounts on one device, and with Classroom teachers can remotely manage tablets of their students. The “For You” Apple News section now shows more recommendations tailored to the user’s interests, as well as issues of timing and selection of publishers. It also has improved integration with carplay, Apple’s operating system for cars, and Health to discover new third-party applications more easily.