And it adds some new innovations, as well as improvements to a wide range of apps, so I'd like to share some of the highlights with you.
Let's start with Night Shift.
So studies have shown that exposure to blue light in the evening can actually make it harder for you to fall asleep at night.
So Night Shift automatically shifts the colors of the display to the warmer end of the spectrum, which may help you sleep better at night.
So how's that work?
Well when it's enabled, Night Shift uses your iOS device's clock as well as its geolocation to know when it's sunset in your location.
And then, it automatically shifts the color of that display to the warmer end of the spectrum, which reduces the blue light.
Which may help you sleep better.
Notes, let's talk about Notes.
Notes is actually one of the most used apps on the platform.
It's used by literally hundreds of millions of people every day and customers are loving the newly redesigned Notes app in iOS 9.
Well today, we're adding the ability to further protect your most personal notes with a passcode for fingerprint.
CarPlay is the safer, smarter way to use your iPhone in your car.
And with IOS 9.3 we've added even more features to CarPlay.
For instance, your Apple Music experience gets even better with New and for You which provides songs, artists, albums handpicked by experts.
Is well selection space and your own preferences.
And maps gets even better with a nearby feature which allows you to find gas, parking, restaurants, and more with just a tap of your finger.
So that's just some of the highlight of IS 9.3.
We think it's turned out really great, and it's gonna make the best mobile experience even better.
And it's available as a free update for all of you today.
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