Apple Released iOS 10.3 Beta 2 With Find My AirPods Feature



Apple has just released the second beta of iOS 10.3, the next major iOS update that will come sometime this spring. The update is now available from Settings > General > Software Update for all users who have installed the first developer version of iOS 10.3. At the moment of beginning to write these lines the public version of the same version is not available, but it is not ruled out that it is coming soon.

The release came just two weeks after the release of the first beta of iOS 10.3, a version that two weeks ago came with new versions of macOS and tvOS. What was not two weeks ago was a first beta of watchOS 3.2 that did arrive just a week later with the expected theater mode and, which seems to me much more important, a support for SiriKit that will allow us to control compatible applications directly from The Apple Watch.


Among the most interesting new features that will arrive next to iOS 10.3 we have the possibility to search the AirPods from the official application Find my iPhone or APFS, a new file system that will make the operating system more secure and reliable, among many other things . Although the new file system is important by itself, we can not deny that the next version of iOS will not include such striking developments as yes did iOS 9.3 now almost a year ago. For those who are wondering, the famous Theater Mode seems to be staying in a Cinema Mode that will allow us not to disturb the people around us when we are in a watching a movie in this type of rooms.

If there are no surprises, those of you who are testing the public beta will still have to wait 24 hours to install this second beta of iOS 10.3. If you install either version, do not hesitate to leave your experiences in the comments.

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