Apple’s iOS 9.3 is going to pack some pizzazz.
This latest iOS, which is currently in beta, is aiming to provide a better user experience day and night.
The operating system will have a new "Night Shift" feature designed to help people fall asleep easier.
Night Shift will reportedly keep track of the sunset time using the clock and geolocation in your device.
As the sun sets, the iOS will turn your display warmer—making navigation easier on your eyes. In the morning, your display switches back to your regular settings.
Your Notes app is also getting a little more secure. If you write personal data—or maybe security info in those notes, now you can lock it with a password or fingerprint.
And when it comes to health, iOS 9.3 wants to help you get back on track. The system update will provide users with a slider menu of health apps that you can choose to add to your dashboard.
These are third party apps that could help you manage your weight, find good workouts and get a sounder night’s sleep, according to Apple.
New updates to CarPlay and added educational features are also expected.