Apple recently opened its doors to developers for its latest iOS 10.3 Public Beta 3. The beta is for developers only and requires iOS 10.3 to download. The new update brings with it brings with it a new feature called Find My AirPods and this makes things a whole lot easier for anyone who has lost their ear buds. Nevertheless, while an Apple Watch user is in Theater Mode, the user can still receive notifications, which the user can view by pressing the Digital Crown or tapping the screen, according to 9 To 5 Mac.
The feature will be located in the Find My Friends app. It is optimized for flash and SSD storage and offers strong encryption tools to protect files.
There's also a new app open/close animation in the works along with a more detailed breakdown of iCloud usage.
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Among the companies they used was Aizoon, a real estate consulting company jointly owned by Cristina and Urdangarin. Princess Cristina was the first royal to face criminal charges in Spain's modern history.
- When installing iOS 10.3, it will update the file system to Apple File System (APFS), so it's important to make a backup before updating.
In an effort to expand the amount of other devices and services iPhones and iPads can interact with, Apple has added new features to HomeKit, it's connected home hub, and Siri, its voice-powered assistant. As it has been discovered in previous betas, when opening one of these applications on your iOS device appears a warning with a not compatible sentence. We're likely still a couple of months away from seeing a public launch for iOS 10.3, but the new software will introduce a multitude of features that iPhone and iPad users can begin looking forward to. Since we are talking about reviews, Apple also plans to include a limit as to how many times a developer via his/her app can ask a user to write a review (goodbye annoying pop-ups).