iOS 10.3 Third Beta Version Has Released To Developers, What’s In It?

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Apple released the third beta version of the coming up iOS 10.3 (build 14E5249d) to the developers. The first beta of iOS 10.3 was seeded for developers on 24th Jan 2017, and the second beta was released on 6th Feb 2017. There are a bunch of new features and one of it is Find My Airpods. Don’t be too excited if the latest iOS 10.3 has released publicly, make sure your iPhone data has perfectly backup. If you have lost your iDevice data while updating to iOS 10.3, a professional iOS Data Recovery Tool will help you to get back your missing iDevice Data.

iOS 10.3 Features?

Find My Airpods is increased into the “Find My iPhone” app. The concept is basically the same, Apple users are able to track your location of the new Apple wireless earbuds case easily with the new Find My Airpods feature. You can play sounds to find your airpods, this major features could give an advantages for Apple users who will always forget where they put their earpods. So far, this feature could be one of the major improvements we see in iOS 10.3.

Theatre Mode will be added to the Control Center on iPhones/iPads and the icons will be look like a popcorn shaped. The Theatre Mode button will have the option to dim the screen or mute audio and notifications when Apple users in theatre. If this Theatre Mode is officially has become one of the new features, I guess iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch usage is not allowed in any theatre. But does this feature will be added in iOS 10.3?

Most of the changes will be the improvements of the existing features.

  • Siri Kits- which enables to make payment or use on ride-sharing apps like Uber.
  • Weather Icons in Maps- To show hourly Weather forecast and other information. (This feature probably only compatible iPhone 6S and above).
  • CarPlay
  • Home Kits- enables programmable light switches.

There are just more improvements of iOS 10.3 and we might not know it for now. We believe that the newest iOS 10.3 will bring every Apple users a dozen of useful improvements when it has released officially.

Apple releases iTunes 12.4 with interface and navigation changes

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In addition to releasing software updates across iOS, Mac, and watchOS, Apple today has released an update to iTunes. The update brings iTunes to version 12.4 and includes the design tweaks that were initially rumored earlier this month.

iTunes 12.4 introduces a variety of interface tweaks that Apple says make it easier to navigate the app and switch between different kinds of content. First off, there’s a new media picker that allows users to quickly switch between Music, Movies, TV shows, and more.

Perhaps most notably, there’s a persistent sidebar reminiscent of the old days of iTunes. This interface tweak makes it easier to switch between different categories of content, such as recently added, artists, albums, songs, and genres, Apple says.

The new sidebar also makes it easier to build and adjust Playlists, allowing you to easily drag and drop songs into Playlists. You can also edit the sidebar to show only your preferred views.

As expected, the Menus interface has also been simplified. You can use the View menu to customize your Library or to act on specific items now.

A refreshed version of iTunes has been in the pipeline since Eddy Cue teased it in February of this year, and while this isn’t the major overhaul many people have been hoping for, it’s better than nothing.

You can update to the latest version of iTunes by selecting the “Check for updates” option in the Menu bar. At this point it’s unclear if the update fixes the bug that was causing personal music files to be deleted.

Source: 9to5mac

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Apple might start pointing out iMessage autocorrect fails

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Apple is planning to ruin one of the most hilarious aspects of using an iPhone: iMessage autocorrect, which routinely changes the most basic of texts into something offensive, sexual, or just completely off-base. The company just filed a patent application for a new iMessage feature that would tell a recipient when autocorrect has been at work.  Continue reading