iOS 9.3 Beta 6 Released To Developers And Public Beta Testers



It seems that Apple no longer want to waste time and has released the sixth beta of iOS 9.3. Like the previous version which was launched last day 1, this new beta is available for developers and users you who are testing the public version. As usual, developers can now download the new version from the Apple Developer Center and via OTA (if it has not yet appeared, it will in the next half hour). The public beta users will see as you may have installed the iOS 9.3 beta 6 via OTA appears at any time.

This sixth beta of iOS 9.3, build 13E5231a, it is available in both “over-the-air” mode, going into the menu in the General settings, or through the Apple Developer Center.

The main new features of iOS 9.3 mainly concern the Night Shift mode which makes the “hot shows” reducing the blue hue of the display for less straining the eyes at night. News also notes that can be password protected (or Touch ID) and can be displayed by creation date, modification or alphabetically.


As before each update, remember two things: the first is that it takes to have 50% of the battery to install this new version. The second and most important is that although it is already at an advanced stage, this new version of iOS is a beta, so we do not recommend its installation if you are not developers, a main device or if you do not want to meet you with unexpected shutdowns applications or annoying bugs. If the faults occur in later versions, betas may even be more common and problems more severe.

Apple has not yet sent invitations for the event which is expected this month, a Keynote in which they should present the iPhone SE, the new 4-inch iPhone we’ve been waiting for so long, and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro version; the reduced model size of the one presented back in September with some improved points.

With that said, the final version of iOS 9.3 is still waiting for the next Keynote date to be released, something that should be avaialble, according to rumors, within two weeks. If you have installed this new version, do not hesitate to leave your feelings in the comments if you find any annoying bugs or something new.

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