The terms of Apple’s developer agreement prohibit people from sharing information or images of unreleased iOS and OS X software, but the new gentler Apple really doesn’t seem to care anymore. In fact, Apple even offers a public beta program that lets non-developers install pre-release software on their devices. As a result of Apple’s new looser policies, bloggers now happily share details surrounding all of Apple’s unreleased software and iPhone users can see exactly what’s in store in upcoming releases.
This is great news for users right now, because there are some intriguing new features in Apple’s upcoming iOS 9.3 release that you’ll definitely want to see.
Apple released a new beta version of its iOS software this past Monday and we’ve already told you just about everything there is to know about it. We even told you how to install it on our iPhone or iPad without a developer account, if you’re so inclined.
But is it worth installing?
iOS 9.3 has a bunch of new features that are indeed appealing, such as a wide range of new 3D Touch shortcuts for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus owners, as well as a new “Night Shift” mode that changes the color temperature of your iPhone screen at night to make it easier on your eyes. Of course, reading about these features is one thing but seeing them in action is another.
Apple blog 9to5Mac put together a nice quick video that shows off all of the big new features heading to the iPhone in iOS 9.3. Is Apple’s new software worth installing right away or should you wait for the public release? Watch the video below to find out.