Hands-on and features of Apple’s new released betas

Hands-on and features of Apple’s new released betas

Apple has rolled out its new software betas across its platforms including the desktop (El Capitan 10.11.4), mobile (iOS9.3), Apple TV (tvOS 9.2), and Apple Watch(watch OS 2.2). Beta unveils for Apple configurator 2.2 and Xcode  and Xcode 7.3 have become available for the same time.

Some of the standout features includes in its upgrades is their recent ability to support pairing of different Apple watches to single iPhone, new Maps experience in watchOS, in its ‘Nightshift’ mode in iOS for its better night time reading, an upgraded Notes app with touch ID support, better health app and new features for its education users and others.

Te IOS 9.3 has an interesting feature of ‘Night Shift’, a feature which shall slowly shift the iOS device color pallatte at night time to eliminate the issues with blue lights and ability to interrupt its natural sleep patterns. Amazon’s Fire tablets and Google play books also opted for the same thing and apple users may be familiar with its feature thanks to an app called F.lux for Mac devices and jailbreak version or iOS devices.

Apple on its preview site for new software, “Night Shift uses your iOS device’s clock and geolocation to determine when it’s sunset in your location. Then it automatically shifts the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum, making it easier on your eyes. In the morning, it returns the display to its regular settings.”

The device will automatically make its adjustments. This will be a new standard feature for mobile devices and users today read on its phones and tablets.

The Notes app has been upgraded to include support for Touch ID meaning they can secure app access. Here a number of people will casually record things like medical details and passwords. They will be entering in passcode or use their fingerprint to unveil notes suitable to their preferences. They can sort their notes by date creation, date modified and alphabetically, says Apple.