iOS 10.3 and its five new things

iOS 10.3 and its five new things

Apple has officially released iOS 10.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch following weeks of beta tests. iOS 10.3 introduces dozens of improvements and new features that provide users with much better experience.

If you have just updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to the latest version of iOS, chances are that you have tons of new things to find out. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of top new things in iOS 10.3

In this post, we will walk you through five new things in iOS 10.3

  1. Apple File System

One of the most noticeable changes in iOS 10.3 is the new file system. Basically, iOS 10.3 brings in Apple File System that allows users to better manage storage and performance. According to users, iOS 10.3 helps them bring back a considerable amount of storage on their devices, thereby offering much-enhanced performance.

  1. Find My AirPods

Find My AirPods is one of the greatest additions to iOS 10.3. As the name suggests, Find My AirPods allows users to locate their missing wireless earbuds on a Map via iCloud. However, the AirPods heavily rely on Bluetooth connectivity, so you will be able to locate your missing AirPods when they are in range of your iOS devices.

  1. Siri now can give cricket scores in many countries

With the release of iOS 10.3, Apple’s virtual helper, Siri now can tell you Cricket scores. All you have to do is to just ask Siri “what’s the score for the last cricket match?” and she will tell you in a matter of seconds. Besides, in iOS 10.3, Siri can help you plan your Uber trips, making your navigation much quicker and easier.

  1. Theater Mode

Basically, once enabled, Theater mode will automatically activate silent mode while disabling Raise to Wake feature. You will still get haptic feedback for notifications, but the screen will remain turned off unless you attempt to tap the screen or press the Digital Crown.

  1. Settings page gets new design

With iOS 10.3, Apple has redesigned its Setting page. Accordingly, when you open the Settings app from your home screen, you will notice that there is a profile icon at the top. If you tap on it, you will be taken to your Apple ID page that includes all of your details.

Also read: Steps to prevent Facebook from slowing down your iPhone

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