Apple Seeds Out First Beta Of iOS 10.3 Featuring “Find My AirPods”

Apple released the first beta of iOS 10.3 to developers. The beta launched with a new feature for Apple’s wireless earphones called “Where’s My Airpods”.

Apple will add AirPod support to the Find My iPhone app in iOS 10.3. This will help users find that missing AirPod, or the entire case, since the app will show users the current location of the device. According to MacRumors,  here’s the upcoming features iOS 10.3 has to offer:

– There’s a new “Find My AirPods” tool to help users locate lost AirPods.

– SiriKit can be used to pay bills, check on the status of payments, and schedule future rides.

– The weather icon in the Maps app includes 3D Touch to show hourly forecasts.

– CarPlay includes new shortcuts for launching recently used apps.

– CarPlay’s Maps now features EV charging station locations.

– HomeKit supports programmable light switches.

– Conversation View in the Mail app features navigation improvements.

iOS 10.3 will update the file system to Apple File System (APFS), for those who are considering updating it is best to make sure you backup your device.