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iOS 10.3: Best new featuresApple's new operating system is now available to download. Here are a few changes you can expect with the update.
Apple has released iOS 10.3 into the wild. The public beta version of the mobile operating system is now available to users on the program. So what can you expect from Apple's last major software update before the release of iOS 11 in June? You'll notice the first one as soon as you open your settings menu. At the top now you have a new Apple ID profile section. Action. With information about all your Apple accounts, iCloud, iTunes, and Family Sharing. Scroll down and you'll now see a list of all your Apple devices associated to that account. You still need to login to Find My iPhone to locate the mall but it's a good shortcut. You'll find another much needed update right here in this menu. Click on iCloud and you'll now see a breakdown of how your storage. Being used up. This is useful especially if you pay for added iCloud storage. Click on the graph then manage storage for a program and device specific breakdown of where the storage hogs are coming from. It's not perfect, but it's a step in the right direction for trying to figure out that [UNKNOWN] that is iCloud Now if you have activated the two-factor authentication on your account, which you should. You'll notice a new suggestion at the bottom of your profile. It's not clear what other suggestions may appear down here, but to make it disappear, you'll just have to follow directions. This will put an added layer of security onto your account. Now let's get out of the settings menu, and make our way to Maps. If you happen to use Apple's own Maps system, you'll now see a small weather bug at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. This shows you the weather in that specific location which should if you're familiar to San Francisco's micro climate, can be incredibly helpful. 3D tough it to see a seven day breakdown of the weather for the area. Now this one will be a life saver for the people who bought these tiny little ear pod because it's a given that you will misplace them at least once. The feature pings the last location of where the repair to your device to make them ring. Just make sure you're not wearing them if you wanna keep your hearing intact. Remember this is just the beta version and some of these features may not actually make it to the final release, so stay tune to CNET.com for the latest. [MUSIC]