iOS 10.3 Beta 4 Update: New Features, Changes & Fixes in New Software Release Includes Siri Support for Cricket Scores & More!

1 March 2017, 8:10 am EST By Coco Dollanganger Mobile & Apps

Apple has rolled out the iOS 10.3 Beta 4 to developers, taking another step to the consumer final release as the developers ensuring that their apps will all work with the new software and reporting bugs to the Cupertino company if there is anything to be discovered. During the developers' testing, they would regularly find new features as well as additions to iOS that haven't been made available to the public through release notes and the like.

There are several updates included in iOS 10.3 Beta 4, according to a report, which Find My AirPods app is the biggest one that has the same performance with Apple's Find My iPhone software. This means that for users who purchase AirPods, the new feature will keep track of the wireless headphones in the event that users will lose them.

On top of it, iOS 10.3 Beta 4 is also focused mainly on bug fixes and enhancements and that the primary modification found in it is that when a button is pressed during the process of updating the iOS, the devices will present a new message on-screen for a few seconds. This reminds the users that their devices will restart as soon as the update has been completed and will keep users from being restless during the consuming process.

Here are some of the new features in iOS 10.3 Beta 4 (via 9to5Mac)

It includes Find My AirPods, Siri support for cricket scores from International Cricket Council and Indian Premier League, Reduced Motion in Safari, User security section in Settings app, Apple File System (APFS), Podcasts with widget such as Music app, CarPlay enhancements and updates, Weather Data in Map app with 3D Touch forecast and New system level for app rating and opt out option in Settings. Lastly, the release of iOS 10.3 Beta 4 also fixes (via Redmond Pie) iCloud Analytics, iCloud Backup, LAN Asset Cache, Lightning Video Adapters, Managed and Shared Devices and Xcode Simulator.

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