Apple today has seeded developers and public beta testers alike with the second iOS 9.3 beta. Users can either download the beta through Settings > General > Software Update on their registered iOS device or manually install the build via the Apple Developer Center.
The beta includes many new features previously discovered in the last build, like Night Shift which will adjust your device’s display for viewing in different lighting conditions based on the time of day and your location, the ability to secure individual notes in the Notes app with a passcode or a fingerprint, additional 3D Touch peek-and-pop gestures for apps like Settings, full Apple Music support for CarPlay as well as new Maps improvements, and a major new education initiative with multi-user support and much more.
Here’s what’s new (Source: 9to5Mac):
- Updated Control Center as previewed before with Night Shift toggle:
- Night Shift settings reorganized between beta 1 and beta 2
- New Media Library section within Privacy section in Settings
- Wallpaper option removed from 3D Touch on Settings
- Apple Watch app now shows current watch face, previous beta required multiple watches to access this feature