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A 5th beta for iOS 10.3 is available for developers

Discussion in 'Latest News and Rumors' started by Alex Dmitri, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. Alex Dmitri

    Staff Member Super Admin Contributor

    Feb 6, 2017
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    Very regularly, Apple continues the refining of its next version of iOS, in this case, it is the 10.3 already mentioned in many rumours.
    The 5th beta version has just been delivered by Apple, for now only to developers, before offering it as usual within the next few hours, to the testers of the public beta program . It is accompanied by the corresponding beta versions for watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2.


    This brings new features discussed in more detail here including :

    • Application Find My AirPods: Easily locate your lost Apple headphones.
    • Added the possibility for developers to respond to reviews on the App Store and ask for details.
    • New widget for Podcast app
    • HomeKit supports programmable lamps
    • The weather icon shows the time-by-hour forecast via 3D Touch
    • CarPlay integrates new shortcuts for recently launched apps: the last 3 only
    • Adding Charging Stations in CarPlay Plans
    • Improved navigation in the Mail conversation view
    • Migration to the Apple File System (APFS), Apple's new file system
    • New visual for Spotlight search suggestions
    • New setting to share information with Apple on the use of its iCloud
    • New animation for opening and closing applications
    Recently, an even more pronounced focus has been built on non-compiled 64-bit application versions. These could no longer work with the next version of the system, iOS 11 expected for a presentation in June , before a public release later in September.

    This version could be delivered to the general public during this month or beginning of April , with possibly new iPad and iPhone after a dedicated keynote.