Apple has released the second iOS 9.3 beta for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to public beta testers. Today’s release follows the developer version Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 2 with Night Shift, Touch ID Notes, & new 3D Touch earlier this week, which included tweaks and changes from the initial iOS 9.3 beta. These include updated Night Shift settings as well as a new toggle in Control Center and several other changes.

iOS 9.3 includes several new features like Night Shift mode, which changes the color temperature of the display, improvements to the Health and Activity app, Touch ID and secure passwords for Notes, and much more.

Other changes discovered in iOS 9.3 beta 2 include the ability to view your Apple Watch face from the iPhone’s Watch app without having to pair multiple Apple Watches, the removal of the wallpaper option from the Settings app’s 3D Touch quick action menu, and reorganized Night Shift settings for the special dark mode.

Check out our hands-on video below to see iOS 9.3 in action:

And here’s what the new Control Center with Night Shift added looks like:


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