Apple's iOS 10.3 update has revealed an interesting yet important feature for every MacOS, and iOS users. Today, these updates include Night Shift for MacOS and Airpord Finder for iOS. Here's what every Apple enthusiasts need to know:
Night Shift for MacOS. LCD-originated blue lights bring a lot of unhealthy issues, especially in the eyes. An app called F.lux was the solution by the time, but it has revealed certain issues especially on color orientation. Apple has then discontinued the app and released a new one called Night Shift.
Night Shift basically mirrors F.lux, but it's more iOS friendly. Today, the new feature just popped up in the latest 10.12.4 beta of Sierra. It is a bit surprising since the feature was predicted to be released alongside iOS 10.3. Nonetheless, it is better than late or never.
Airpod Finder. Losing a piece of Apple's tiny airpods is inevitable, and having something to track them is important. As reported previously, Apple removed the Airpod Finder app available in App Store without notice. Today, The Wall Street Journal claims that Apple is adding an Airpod Support to its Find My iPhone app in conjunction with the release of iOS 10.3.
The application will include tracking of Airpods recent and current location. It there still no certain confirmation whether the tracking is as accurate to where precisely the location is since it can only determine last and present location.
Apple's iOS 10.3 update also brings other interesting features. (1) Sirikit can now pay bills, ride-sharing apps, and schedule a ride. (2) Maps received a 3D Touch improvement for compatible devices, (3) CarPlay UI can now pick up shortcuts, (4) Conversation View gets navigation improvements and much more. Apple has confirmed that not all predicted and suggested update are included on iOS 10.3.
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