iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 in public beta

Earlier this week, the Apple firm made available beta versions of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 to developers. Now, these pre-releases of Apple's operating systems for iPhone, iPad and Mac can be tested by ordinary users who have a taste for adventure.

Night-ShiftThey must enroll a device in Apple's beta software program. Repatriation will be done later from iOS Software Update or the Mac App Store. It should be borne in mind that these are pre-releases with the presence of bugs that this implies. It is therefore better to think of backups before proceeding.

For iOS 9.3, the new features include a night mode to adjust the screen coloring according to the time of day and change to a yellow tint in the evening (less disruptive to sleep), the possibility of protecting against notes with passwords or Touch ID, several additions to the Health app, CarPlay displays news related to Apple Music and useful places nearby in Maps where to stop by car.

Only for the education sector, iOS 9.3 provides the iPad with multi-account management. Once is not custom, Apple publishes on its site the main novelties of the preview of iOS 9.3. Proof that this update is considered major.

For OS X 10.11.4, however, there is no particular highlight on the Apple site. This assumes that it is mainly a matter of already identified bug fixes and performance and security improvements. Note however the support of password protection for individual notes in the appropriate application, the possibility of viewing Live Photos (taken with an iPhone 6s and 6s Plus) and sharing them in the Messages application.