Additionally, it fixes an MDM server issue for enterprise users (multiple device management). The other unknown here is if Apple does add a Night Shift button to Control Center, will it be on both the iPhone and iPad or will it be iPad-only?
Well, it seems the firmware introduces minor performance and security enhancements. But it's entirely possible that the toggle would also make its way to the Control Center on iPhone, notwithstanding the narrower interface space on the smaller iOS device.
The latest version of iOS came and went on Tuesday without much fanfare, but it turns out that the nondescript update is far more significant than it initially appeared to be. Apple is still working to fix the basic causes of the battery meter problem in the iOS 9 devices when a person travels to a different time zone. "In the morning, it returns the display to its regular settings". This software does not bring big, conspicuous features but it is teeming with tweaks and repairs, being the first big bug fix update for the iOS 9.
Check out the security content of the update via this link.
IOS 9.3 is now only available in public beta form, with no word from Apple when it will be available for the general public.
The iOS 9.2.1 comes a month after beta versions for it were released to beta testers and developers.
As this functionality is only available in iOS 9.3 and Mac OS X 10.11.4 (in beta), you will only be able to access your password-protected notes with a device using these operating systems. For one, iOS 9.3 will offer Night Shift mode, which will make reading during night-time easier on the eyes. Reportedly, Apple is also adding multi-user support on iPads, which is beneficial for classroom environments and will be included in iOS 9.3.