Apple Starts Rolling Out Updated iOS 10.3 Public Beta 2 for Developers
Apple is reported to have just very recently started rolling out the iOS 10.3 public beta 2 that will apparently be made available to everyone in a matter of weeks. This update seemingly emanated nearly two weeks after Apple released the initial iOS 10.3.
According to 9To5Mac, Apple is rolling out the second iOS 10.3 beta for developer testing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The following are apparently included in the forthcoming software update: Find My AirPods support, CarPlay improvements, Apple's new filesystem, and many more.
Allegedly, iOS 10.3 is presently only available in beta for registered developers and public beta testers. And subsequently, the public beta version of each update usually follows a few days after the developer version and sometimes comes the same day.
In addition, the post further added that iOS 10.3 is the first version to include Find My AirPods in the Find My iPhone app. Also, allegedly included is Wi-Fi Calling for iCloud-connected devices for Verizon customers. The public beta version ostensibly contains a new 32-bit alert that suggests the iOS could be 64-bit only.
Apple will apparently also introduce a way for developers to reply to app reviews with iOS 10.3, and a new system-wide app review request feature will be added. iOS 10.3 also includes iCloud Analytics for the first time.
According to The Apple Post some of the iOS 10.3 updates includes Siri support for cricket scores from Indian Premier League and International Cricket Council. The weather icon in the Maps app has reportedly a 3D touch to show hourly forecasts. CarPlay status bar apparently has been updated to have a speedy access to media, communication, and travel apps for quick switching without accessing the Home screen. It is said that it can also gain quick access to albums from songs in Music, the new Up Next screen.