iOS 10 Beta 3 Features, Changes, and Improvements
Apple has released iOS 10 beta 3. With several changes, bug fixes and performance improvements, the latest beta of iOS 10 looks more stable than ever before. How To Upgrade iPhone To iOS 10.3 Beta 3 Using 3uTools?
As the public release of the newest iOS ecosystem nears, we expect a lot more changes as well as refinements in the OS. Among the notable features which have arrived in iOS 10 beta 3 are Locking haptic feedback, keyboard sound and more.
Touch ID: You can now open your iPhone with Touch ID using new Accessibility option just like it worked in iOS 9.
Locking haptic feedback: There is a haptic vibration when locking iPhone 6s/6s Plus, which indicates that the device has been properly locked. You will hear a new sound on other devices when pressing the power button.
Audio fix: Audio playback via the internal speaker won't stop anymore owing to the haptic feedback.
Keyboard sound: The muted popping-style keyboard sound has returned in the beta three. It had been introduced in the beta 1 but had been removed in the iOS 10 beta 2.
Siri: A new App Support section for Siri has been included, which will display information regarding which apps work with the voice assistant.
Quick Actions: When you 3D Touch any app icon, you will get a Share option which includes the name of this app as well.
Health: The app has got a new feature called “Improve Activity” which lets you send certain health-related information to Apple. (Settings → Privacy → Diagnostics and Usage)
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