Teachers and students will now be able to communicate with each other rather easily.
Apple launched iOS 9 and a couple of updates for it in a very short span of time, but since then things have been a bit quieter. However, today tech giant has released the iOS 9.3 update, which comes with a bunch of amazing features.
The biggest addition in this update is for the students. Now they will not be restricted to the iPad they own as they will have an option to login from any iPad they can find and get access to all their apps. Furthermore, an app called Classroom has been added that will allow teachers to take control of students’ iPads. They will then be able control whatever they want students to see.
Another feature brought with the new update is the automated change of background colors. Now as the day progresses, the back light on the users’ phone will change. iPhones, iPads, and iPods running on iOS 9.3 will track sunset times and move “the colors in your display to the warmer end of the spectrum, making it easier on your eyes.”
Finally, there are some improvements made to 3D Touch, increasing its ecosystem. Users will now be able to use this feature to add “Quick Shortcuts” for the App Store, Compass, Health, iTunes Store, and Weather.
All in all, it’s a pretty decent update and will surely benefit a large number of people, especially students.
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