In addition to adding the new News app, iOS 9 beta 3 also made a much-needed enhancement to the folder functionality on the iPad. In prior versions of iOS, users were restricted to a 3×3 layout of apps on the iPad, meaning that there were 3 rows of 3 apps on the device, for a total of 9 apps per page. With iOS 9 beta 3, however, users can now have a 4×4 setup of apps in folders on the iPad.
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Still, though, it feels as if the space of the iPad could be better taken advantage of with a 5×5 setup of apps, but the new 4×4 interface is certainly welcome. Other changes included in iOS 9 beta 3 include the addition of Apple Music, Apple News, and several other minor interface tweaks. All of the changes can be found here. Apple today also released OS X 10.11 beta 3 and watchOS 2.0 beta 3.