Apple releases beta of iOS 9.3 With a educational applications from

Jan

12

2016

Apple has released the first beta of iOS firmware version 9.3 released. The software mainly includes improvements in the use of mobile devices in classrooms. Thus, there is support for multiple users on a single iPad and a new Classroom application.

The innovations in iOS 9-3 are set put on Apple’s website. According to the manufacturer from Cupertino students can log on any iPad used in the classroom, and their content is readily accessible. Whether this form of multi-user support also for ‘normal’ users is accessible, and therefore outside the classroom environment, is not entirely clear. For students who only added their own iPad using Apple caching so that they can do without all the content that was previously used to have to re-download a new lesson.

For teachers there is a new Classroom application. With this tool, teachers can also launch applications on the iPads of students. It is also possible to see what students see on their screens, manage user accounts, and where necessary student passwords reset. It is also possible to stream the work of an individual student to a remote screen, for example is in the classroom.

In addition to new features for use in school, there are a number of changes, including the ability to connect an iPhone with more than one Apple Watch. This requires otherwise be required WatchOS 2.2, which Apple simultaneously with the iOS 3.9 beta has been released. Apple releases the new version of the mobile OS also Nightshift, a feature that reduces the amount of blue light in the evenings, and in addition there are some minor improvements for Carplay and Health.

Apple iOS 3.9 released as a beta for developers. They can test the software in the future, and it is likely that there are still some beta versions will follow before ordinary users iOS 9.3 Using software update will receive.

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