[Video] Check out what’s new! in iOS 9.3

Apple’s iOS 9.3 was officially announced at the company’s
March 21 keynote and now iOS 9.3 is out now for everyone, and the upgrade
delivers some great new features that make Apple’s mobile platform better than

With sweet additions like password-protected Notes,
sleep-saving Night Shift and data-friendly Wi-Fi Assist, iOS 9.3 might be
Apple’s biggest “dot” release yet.
The New iOS has the long-sought-after iPhone Night Shift
feature, which controls the blue light levels emitted from your screen, and
it’s finally out of beta so that everyone can download it today.

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Plenty of other useful features are here, to multi-user
support for students, Apple Notes locked behind a password (or Touch ID) and
tweaked News, Health and Apple CarPlay apps. In the US, Verizon gains Wi-Fi
calling – finally. All the features you can watch here. 

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Apple released iOS 9.3 today. Here’s everything new in the update, from Night Shift to new Quick Actions.
Posted by MacRumors on Monday, March 21, 2016

Apple is also planning to expand Apple Pay to allow iOS users
to make purchases from websites later this year, so that mean Apple considering
making Apple Pay available on Macs, but it is not clear how that would work
without a fingerprint sensor.

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