Download: iOS 10.3 Beta 3 Has Been Released
iOS 10.3 Beta 3 for iPhone and iPad users has been released. The update is meant for registered developers only.
The Third Beta of iOS 10.3 Has Arrived for Developers, Update Now
Having released the second beta of iOS 10.3 a couple of weeks back, a new pre-release build is now available to download for registered developers. In case you are wondering, the update brings with bug fixes and performance related enhancements. Basically, if you have any beta of iOS 10.3 installed on your device right now, then updating to the latest build is the most logical thing to do right now.
To kick off the updating process, connect your device to a WiFi network and make sure the battery is beyond the 50% mark. If you fail to have more than the aforementioned battery then the upgrade process will not move forward. I will go as far as saying that you should put your device on charge during the entire installation process. Once done, navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. As soon as the update is available, tap on the Download and Install button. Once the installation is complete, use your device as you normally would.
If you are not a developer, then you will be pleased to learn that Apple's latest mobile operating system can be tried out by public beta testers as well. It's absolutely free. Just make sure you install the software on a device that's not your daily driver. If you are feeling adventurous still, then go ahead regardless on your primary iPhone or iPad. Given we are on the third beta already, things should be running smooth for everyone now.
iOS 10.3 is a significant update that brings several changes and feature additions to the table. In order to learn what is new in iOS 10.3, simply head over to this link. But as a quick recap, iOS 10.3 brings a new Find My AirPods feature to the fore as well as a new security section in the Settings app. There's a lot more where that came from, and we are certain the list of features will keep on expanding as more and more software updates are unleashed by the Cupertino giant.