iPhone J.D. is the oldest and largest website for lawyers using iPhones and iPads. iPhone J.D. is published by Jeff Richardson, an attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana.
This week, Apple posted a page to their website describing new features in the next incremental update to iOS called iOS 9.3. One of the new features is Night Shift, which changes the color on your iPhone when it is close to bedtime to reduce the blue light from the screen. If you use your iPhone late at night, studies have shown that the blue light can make it harder for your body to go to sleep. Apple also added the ability to add a lock to a Note, which you can unlock using your fingerprint, handy if you use a note to store confidential information and someone else is using your iPhone. Apple is also letting schools put multiple user accounts on an iPad, so that a student can pick up any iPad and see only that student’s files. Apple hasn’t announced when iOS 9.3 will be available, but my guess is March.
Click on the link below and just keep scrolling down for iOS 9.3 forthcoming features: