Apple has released seventh iOS 9.3 pre-release beta for developers and public beta testers to ahead of its expected public release next week. Features include a new Night Shift mode that auto changes the display temperature, Touch ID- and password-protected items in the Notes app, new CarPlay features, expanded 3D Touch options on apps such as Settings, and more.

Beta 6 was released last week and was relatively small in the grand scheme of things.

Apple’s Health and Activity apps have also been upgraded with app recommendations, Apple Watch fitness data panels on the dashboard, a more detailed Workouts view, and more.

Furthermore, Verizon iPhones gain Wi-Fi Calling support, the built-in News app includes new enhancements, Apple Music doesn’t have to add playlists songs to My Music, multiple Apple Watches can be paired to a single iPhone, and much more. iCloud for iBooks also enables PDF syncing between iOS devices,

The update is rolling out to developers and public beta testers and comes in at 66.1MB.

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