Apple Release iOS Beta 3 With New Features

Apple released its third iOS 10 beta for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for developer testing. iOS 10 introduced fresh new features to the look of Apple Music and the News, along with numerous new features to the platform. The software update will soon be all set for everyone to download, later.
 
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For all those who are already testing iOS 10 beta on your iPad and iPhone, all you need to do is to go to the section of the Software Update, and go to the Settings app so as to find the OTA update. However, if you are already a registered developer, all you need to do is, go to the Apple’s developer page and install the beta profile. For all the non-developers, Apple is at the moment testing iOS 10 through the ongoing public beta program, which usually gains an update, within a few days after the developers.
 
Given below is the list of new features:
  
  • The tweaked HomeKit Control Panel icon, Accessories can no longer be replaced.
  • Apple music: Downloaded Music replacing Downloads is once again optional.
  • The Update Keyboard Click and Lock sounds from beta 1 are now once again available.
  • You can now easily opt-in to share Activity data with Apple.
  • Videos in Health are still the placeholders; however the tag line snow appear below one another.
  • Availability of New ‘App Support’ section in Siri settings.
  • The option of ‘Rest Finger to Open’ is now working smoothly.
  • Issue replying to Messages from locked Lock screen bug has been solved, with the availability of new Dismiss dialog, when the alerts are pulled down.
  • Taptic feedback is given, when the iPhone manually locks.
  • Image picker shows the messages do not crop photos any more for Square preview and are easier to discern.
  • 3D Touch over the third-party app now goes on to include app name.
  • New typing indicator for the messages, while sending GIF images from the picker.
  • HomeKit setting now goes on to list which devices are required to act like the hubs.