We recently wrote about how sweet is the iOS 9.3 update, which brings features like Night Shift Mode and Lock to the Notes app. The update in itself was a bit of a surprise as it dropped on to us, like a bomb with absolutely nobody expecting it. Nevertheless, the update allows Apple’s developers or those who are registered under the Developer program to get their apps ready and running after testing it under iOS 9.3 and see if they have anything interesting to contribute back.
However, what about those millions and millions of Apple fans who swear by Steve Jobs? For them, Apple has a Public Beta program, which if you sign up for, you get to test the beta versions of the new iOS updates, released for public. And if you already are a part of the Public Beta program, you will be able to see the notification for an update to iOS 9.3 beta. Once downloaded you will be able to enjoy all the goodness of iOS 9.3 on your iPhone including the new Night Shift Mode, new Quick Launch actions on your iPhone 6s or the Touch ID support on the Notes app.
If you are not a part of the public beta program and would like to be, here is what you got to do in order to enjoy the goodness of new software first hand.