iOS 9.3 beta 7
Apple has started seeding the iOS 9.3 beta 7 release for developers and public beta testers. This is the last beta release of the OS before its expected public release next week.
The iOS 9.3 beta 7 includes a new Night Shift mode that changes the display temperature at night for less eye strain. Another new feature is the Touch ID and password-protected items in the Notes app.
Finally, there are new CarPlay features and expanded 3D Touch options on apps, which now includes the Settings menu.
Expect more information about the latest iOS release next week at the
Apple’s March 21 event

iOS 9.3 is a big and supplementary release for iOS 9. It has a lot of new enhancements, improvements, and even new features. Some of them include:

Night Shift Mode
More secured native Notes app using Touch ID and/or Password
Improved Health, Music and News Apps
3D Touch actions for Settings app
Verizon Wi-Fi Calling
New Educations features
Updates to CarPlay

How to Download?
Now the question is should we download and install this beta version on our devices or not. The simple answer is it all depends on your purpose. If you are a developer and want to test your applications on iOS 9.3, you should grab it and run it on your devices. However, if you are a common user, there is little reason to bother at this point in time as the product is coming out in next week.

If you are first time installer of iOS 9.3, you’ll have to download it either from Apple Developer Portal or from Public Beta Program site. In case you are already running the earlier beta of iOS 9.3, you are required to use the built-in Software Update feature which is rested under Settings.app > General.

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