Apple Rolls Out iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2 & tvOS 10.2

On Monday, Apple released iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 to the general public.

The new update for iOS 10.3 launched with a new feature called Find My AirPods, which lets users know the last known location their AirPod was connected to an iOS device, or if the earphone happens to be nearby, users can also play an alarm to help them find the lost AirPod.

In addition, iOS 10.3 has a new file system that will help users with their flash storage, and Siri now supports cricket sports score. Apple has also added the ability for developers to reply in the App Store and improvements have been made in the Mail and dynamic app icons.

For Apple Watch users, they will now be able to use Siri with third-party apps, meaning users will be able to ask Siri to call someone via WhatsApp or request an Uber. There’s also a new Theater Mode button that will make the screen dark while in a movie theater.

Apple TV users will be able to rent a movie using an Apple device and watch it on another Apple device. For example, you could rent a movie using your Apple TV and then watch it on your iPhone.   Night Shift mode has made its way to macOS, Night Shift will replace f.lux  and help users to sleep better at night.

If you’re thinking about updating,  it’s best to back up all your devices before updating to the latest operating systems.

  • Paladin

    Night mode has made its way to macOS? What macOS are you talking about. our computers didn’t get any night mode update that I’m aware of, and that’s what macOS is, not ios. 10.3 is only iOS