Table of contents:
- New iOS 9.3: iPhone, iPod and iPad
- What's new in watchOS 2.2: Apple Watch
- What's New in OS X 10.11.4: Mac
2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-27 23:51
Apple is already preparing new updates for iOS, OS X and watchOS, so we could soon see how our iPhone, Mac and Apple Watch incorporate new features and improvements. At the moment these updates have only been released to developers in their beta version, but we already know many of their new features.
The arrival of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2 gave a good boost to the sales of Cupertino devices. New features like 3D Touch or the gigantic improvements to the Apple Watch kept us waiting Looking forward to these new versions. Yesterday, January 11, they have been improved again, do you want to know their news?
New iOS 9.3: iPhone, iPod and iPad
It is true that these latest updates are not yet accessible to the general public, as at the moment only developers can install them, but that does not have to prevent us from knowing all your news.
Here is a list with all the news:
- Night mode: surely the brightness of your iDevice screen has bothered you more than once. Now you will have a shortcut to do it faster.
- Security in Notes: Now we can hide important information in Apple Notes and encrypt it with our fingerprint. To access it we will only have to use the Touch ID and we will already have access to the information.
- He alth is much more interactive: The iOS 9.3 He alth app is now much more intuitive and easier to use than ever. With it we can easily control all the data collected by the Apple ecosystem.
- CarPlay: Improved Apple Music integration on CarPlay-compatible devices and more points of interest in Maps.
- Apple Watch Integration: More than one Apple Watch can now be paired with iOS 9.3.
- Live Photos: It is now possible to convert a Live Photo into a high-resolution photograph.
- Multi-account iPad: Easy access to multiple Apple IDs on iPads dedicated to education.
- Classroom App: A teacher can manage the iPad of all their students at the same time. In addition, the student through AirPlay, will be able to send the screen of their device to the whiteboard to teach it to the whole class.
- Apple School Manager: New Apple ID for students and their teachers, allowing you to configure the content they access conveniently.
What's new in watchOS 2.2: Apple Watch
Integration with iPhone: in watchOS 2.2 it is possible to synchronize several Apple Watch with the same iPhone, allowing us to have the information synchronized on all our devices
It seems that this is the only apparent novelty of these betas, although we expect Apple to offer us much more, such as new spheres or a greater independence of the Apple Watch from the iPhone.
What's New in OS X 10.11.4: Mac
At the moment we don't know much about this new update to OS X 10.11.4 The developers are already testing it but we don't have a changelog yet, just what the limited users who have accessed it can tell us, which isn't much.
It looks like OS X 10.11.4 will initially focus on bug fixes and performance improvements, but we'll keep you posted as new information becomes available. Have you found anything new?
What do you think of what's new in iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2, and OS X 10.11.4? Do you know of any others that we haven't told you about?