According to a report published by MacRumors, iOS 9.3.2, the latest updated version of Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, now comes with support for concurrent use of Night Shift and Low Power Mode features. Strictly speaking, such support is not listed anywhere in the official update notes. It also bears noting that beta versions of iOS 9.3 had let testers use both features at the same time, although in later versions, such capability was eventually taken out.
For those not familiar with these two iOS features, Night Shift is a functionality that minimizes the amount of blue light being emitted from the display screens of iOS powered mobile devices. The result is that this feature basically allows people to go to sleep easier during bed time. As for Low Power Mode, it has the ability to stretch the battery life of iOS run handsets by reducing the amount of power being used by the device.
Apart from allowing both Night Shift and Low Power Mode to run at the same time, the latest update to iOS 9.3 also comes with fixes for bugs associated with glitches in displaying dictionary definitions. There also fixes for audio issues on Bluetooth when paired with Apple’s newest smartphone offering, the iPhone SE.
Apple officially rolled out iOS 9.3 together with the unveiling of the 4 inch iPhone SE back in March early this year. Version 9.3 of iOS came with some really cool new stuff, including the aforementioned Night Shift and Low Power Mode, as well as features that include password protection for the Notes mobile app (which now comes with the ability to be sorted by title or date), mobile app suggestions in Health, and an improved and more personalized News app.
However, the deployment of iOS 9.3 did not come with a few hitches. Sure, any iOS update release typically comes with a few glitches here and there, but version 9.3 appears to be more problematic than most. For instance, there was that bug that caused the Safari web browser, as well as Mail and other mobile apps, to go unresponsive when people attempt to tap on an Internet link. And there was that iPhone SE Bluetooth audio issue mentioned earlier, in which phone calls made by way of Bluetooth connections came with poor sound quality. Interestingly, the glitch only seems to occur in phone calls, and not in songs or other audio played or relayed over Bluetooth connections.
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