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Apple iOS 9.3 update available today with 'Night Shift'

Your iPhone and iPad can now auto-adjust their screens' color temperature at night.
Roberto Baldwin, @strngwys
March 21, 2016
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During its "Loop You In" event, Apple announced that iOS 9.3 will be available to all starting today, following a preview for developers. The new version of the operating system adds the color-temperature-changing Night Shift, along with Touch ID and password support for the Notes app. The News application also got some love with trending topics. Lastly, CarPlay has been updated with better Maps and an easier way to select music.

Today's event introduced the new iPhone 5SE which is available for order March 24.

Get all the news from today's iPhone event right here!

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