Yesterday, Apple unleashed iOS 10.3 beta for developers, along with new betas of macOS and tvOS as well. We saw how macOS Sierra will soon get Night Shift from the iPhone/iPad, watchOS is pegged to get Theater Mode and SiriKit, plus Apple plans to streamline how developers will be able to ask for app reviews.
For iOS 10.3 beta, YouTube channel EverythingApplePro has posted a detailed 11-minute video showing what’s new in this release, which includes 30+ features. The channel noticed iOS 10.3 saw 5GB of reclaimed space, plus slightly higher Geekbench scores, and overall the first beta felt “more responsive” than iOS 10.2.1.
Check out the video below to see some new features and minor changes in iOS 10.3:
Also, developer Steve Troughton-Smith uncovered a one-handed floating keyboard for iPad, hidden within iOS 10.3. There’s no word whether this feature will actually make its way publicly, but it’s there.
New in iOS 10.3, a one-handed floating iPad (9.7" or less) keyboard layout. Can be moved around onscreen like the PiP overlay