Among the features that come with iOS 9.3 is a new mode called “Night Shift,” which uses an iPhone or iPad clock and location data and automatically shifts display colors to the warmer end of the color spectrum between sunset and sunrise. The thinking behind the component starts from a few logical studies that discovered presentation to blue light could influence a man’s circadian rest cycle and keep them up later into the night.
Other additions to iOS 9.3 include features such as Touch ID fingerprint and password-protected notes, tweaks to the Health app, Car Play in-car infotainment system and News iPhone App Developers India.
1. Night Shift
Apple is finally adding support for smart screen filtering. It ill be able to use a combination of the clock and geo-location to track when it’s sunset in your location. Then it automatically shifts the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum, making it easier on your eyes. In the morning, it returns the display to its regular settings.
2. Education Preview
Education is at the heart of iOS 9.3. Apple include iPad multi-user support called as ‘Shared iPad’ which enables students to log onto any iPad and get full access to their apps, books, documents and places them exactly where they left off. ‘Photo ID’ will show the student’s picture once they’ve logged in to avoid iPads getting mixed up during the class. Young students get a more basic version accessed with a simple four digit PIN. The ‘Classroom’ app which allows teachers to guide students through a lesson, see their progress, and keep them on track.
CarPlay adds even more useful features. New and For You from Apple Music – with songs, artists, and albums handpicked by experts, plus selections based on your preferences – are right at hand on your screen. And the Nearby feature in Maps lets you find gas, parking, restaurants, coffee, and more with a tap. So you’ll know the best places to stop, whether you’re on your daily commute or an epic road trip.