Apple has seeded the most recent beta of iOS 9.3 to designers. The most up to date beta form brings some new elements that let you match various Apple Watch gadgets to a solitary iPhone, and includes new dialect support for Siri.

Getting blended responses on this new element, iOS 9.3 now gives you a chance to combine more than one Apple Watch to a solitary iPhone. On the off chance that you are truly into this kinda stuff (blending different Apple Watches to a solitary iPhone) you will observe this component to be really cool, however in the event that you don’t observe this to be huge, you’ll most likely look passed it.

Furthermore, to exploit this component, you should be an Apple designer, and you should have your Apple Watch running watchOS 2.2.

Another component that made it into this beta is Safari showing Javascript prompts. This gives you a chance to switch or change tabs, explore, and close a page while showing a JavaScript dialog. You can read a percentage of alternate components included into this beta, as seen beneath.

iOS 9.3 Beta Now Features:

  • iOS 9.3 and watch 2.2 now let you pair multiple Apple Watches to a single iPhone
  • Siri now supports Hebrew
  • Xcode 7.3 beta and Apple Configurator 2.2 beta are now available to developers.