Apple introduced iOS 10.3 Beta for developers along with the release of the commercial release of iOS 10.2.1 to all iPhone and iPad users. The latest released Beta 1 version includes various useful features that help you to find the misplaced AirPods. The best highlight feature of Siri is that it shows the live scores from the international cricket council (ICC) and from the Indian premier League matches. The iOS 10.3 beta 1 version also brings the find my Airpods features and it also free with answering other queries.
Apple Released iOS 10.3 Beta Update
Apple also included an API which allows the app developers ask for a review and even to give reply to the queries. This version gets along with the support of Airpods in the Find my iPhone app. The users can search for Airpods through this app as long as they are within the Bluetooth range, iOS devices signed to iCloud.
As because is a limited range, people cannot able to find the devices for larger distances. It will be very useful if you lose your Airpods somewhere in the house. The loud emitting sound reveals the hidden place or the map onscreen can take you to lose earbud.
Find my iPhone app on iOS 10.3 Beta 1 version has its all access on this feature from any computer logged to at icloud.com/find. The real time ball-to-ball information of cricket in India will be given by the digital assistant. IPL question can be asked from Siri are: –
- Who leads the IPL in runs score?
- When is the next crcket match?
- What are the 2016 IPL rankings?
A new interface is introduced in the app settings of the iOS 10.3 Beta version. All the important details along with your name, photo are going be shown up in the profile menu. A new graphic display is also introduced in the iCloud setting which shows your storage space. The APFS file system replaces the old HFS file system in the next generation iOS 10.3.
Two shortcuts have been added by carpal to two apps and that are Maps display EV charging stations and music displays UP next. For the time, the iOS 10.3 is available only for developers and it will soon roll out for public.