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IOS 9.3 arrives, with Night Shift and notes with password

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iOS is also updated along with the new version of the iPhone. IOS 9.3 is here.

The novelties of iOS 9.3 are all minor, as the numbering indicates, but at the same time they are all interesting.

For the most part, the novelties have to do with the integrated apps, which receive new features, although there are also some that users have been demanding for a while.

iOS 9.3 allows you to change the temperature of the screen

Perhaps the most interesting novelty is Night Shift, a tool that allows the device to vary the temperature of the screen depending on the time of day. This type of applications have become fashionable, and in Omicrono we already commented on the efficiency of this method.

In short, it is the version of f.lux for iOS devices, which It can be very useful if you spend many hours in front of your iPhone or iPad. The new 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes with it by default, and uses the integrated sensors to know the color temperature of the ambient light, and modify the screen depending on it.

Notes with password and other minor news

Another interesting addition are the notes with password; This idea is especially intended for those who share your device, and you don’t want the other person to read your notes; Of course, we can use passwords or Touch ID to unlock the note.

News adds Top Stories, with selected stories featuring the best and most important thing that is happening at the time. Carplay for its part has improved the Apple Music experience, in addition to improvements in the search for restaurants and nearby places of interest Carplay reach more and more manufacturers, of course.

Other minor developments are the 3DTouch support in more applications, or Health support on Apple Watch.

iOS 9.3 is available as of today.