Apple officially rolls out iOS 10.3 and watchOS 3.2

Apple has just released the final build of iOS 10.3 and watchOS 3.2. Now, on all compatible iOS devices including such as iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch, you can freely download the updates.

iOS 10.3 comes with several notable user facing and under the hood improvements. A striking example of user facing is the ability to locate AirPods thanks to the Find My iPhone app. Users can make use of this app to locate your lost AirPods through their last known location on a map.

Currently, Siri allows users to defray bills and check status via payment apps. Besides, it supports checking car fuel level, lock status, scheduling rides with ride booking apps, turning on lights as well as activating horn with carmaker apps. Noticeably, Siri now can tell you Cricket scores and statistics for IPL and ICC.

CarPlay also has shortcuts in the status bar, so you can easily get access to last used apps. In iOS 10.3, Apple Music Now Playing gives you access to Up Next and the playing song’s album, daily playlists and new music in Apple Music. Other New updates include support for new iTunes feature. Thanks to that, you can rent films and watch them on your Apple devices. Speaking for under the hood improvements, iOS 10.3 also supports the Apple File System, or APFS, which replaces HFS+.

In terms of watchOS 3.2, it now includes Theater Mode. Once enabled, the feature activates silent mode and keeps the screen dark until you tap it. To be more specific, it does not automatically turn on the screen when you are in a dark place like a theater. Siri on the Apple Watch also works with apps to start workouts, send messages, make payments, book rides, and more.

Also read: iOS 10.3 and its five new things

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