Third Beta update of iOS 10.3 is now available for developers

As you can see from the attached screenshot, iOS 10.3 Public Beta 3 has only 315MB in size.

Exactly two weeks after releasing the second beta to developers, Apple rolled out iOS 10.3 beta 3 for testers on Monday.

Notifications are also pretty easy to deal with as they can be instantly removed with a single tap on the screen. Users will be able to quickly access their contact information, security settings, payment information, iCloud settings, App Store settings, Family Sharing settings and more.

If you are part of the Apple developers' team, you can download the latest iOS 10.3 beta 3, tvOS 10.2 beta 3 or watchOS 3.2 beta 3 from the company's developer portal. This will all be accessible in the new profile section at the top of the Settings app. It is optimized for flash and SSD storage and offers strong encryption tools to protect files. They can be easily installed from the OTA (Over-the-Air) update system for iOS 10.3, as well as directly from the Mac App Store for macOS Sierra 10.12.4. The software update's key new features include "Find My AirPods" and the Apple File System (APFS).

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The new betas, following standard Apple procedure, were yesterday first released to members of the Apple Developer Program ($99 per year).

Speaking of the 3D touch system, it can be tweaked in order to change its intensity in the control icon on the devices which operate under iOS 10.

If all those new features have you anxious to update, you'll want to make sure your device will be capable of making the jump. Since we are talking about reviews, Apple also plans to include a limit as to how many times a developer via his/her app can ask a user to write a review (goodbye annoying pop-ups).

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