Apple has begun to roll out the fifth beta of iOS 9.3 to customers who are registered with the company’s developer program. This comes nine days after the fourth beta hit airwaves and made it to devs to try out.
One new feature iOS 9.3 beta 5 brings is the restoration of full functionality to the iPad Pro for use with the Apple Pencil. Users have complained about previous betas axing support for scrolling and navigation via the Pencil, and Apple acknowledged that. Now, owners of the 12.9-inch iPad can use the Pencil just like a stylus, which is pretty much how people think of the Pencil anyway.
Another new feature found in the latest build is a simplified Night Shift toggle. Now, users can just tap the button in Control Center to toggle “on” or “off” the screen adjusting utility opposed to the confusing pop-up menu that used to show up saying “Turn On For Now” or “Turn On Until Tomorrow”.
Here’s some screenshots of the new Night Shift toggle (source: 9to5Mac):
Besides the new features listed above, the iOS 9.3 beta series has brought over a ton of new features to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Here’s a rundown of them: