Yesterday, Apple seeded the second beta iteration of the forthcoming iOS 9.3 update to registered developers exactly two weeks after the first beta of the firmware was made available and approximately one week ensuing iOS 9.2.1’s public release.
The second iOS 9.3 beta is available as both an OTA (over-the-air) update to those running the first developer beta build and through Apple’s Developer Portal as a traditional IPSW Restore Image.
iOS 9.3 Features
iOS 9.3 will bring significant changes to iOS for not being a completely new installment (e.g. iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10, etc), including Night Shift to reduce blue light exposure at night, improvements to the iOS education features suite, a Health app redesign, security for Notes and iOS 9 CarPlay features.
As for changes specific to iOS 9.3 beta 2, the latest build offers a toggle for Night Shift inside control center, pushes the Night Shift settings into a new sub-category within the Display & Brightness options found inside the Settings app, removes the 3D Touch Quick Action for the Settings app that allowed for quick wallpaper chasing and a toggle for songs and playlists (see the above video for an explanation).
Also as usual, iOS 9.3’s potential Jailbreak impact is discussed in my video, which is embedded above for your convenience.
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