iOS 10.3 Makes Finding AirPods Easier

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The third beta of iOS 10.3 has started to roll out along with watchOS3.2 and tvOS 10.2 for developers. The new update brings with it brings with it a new feature called Find My AirPods and this makes things a whole lot easier for anyone who has lost their ear buds.

The features means that owners can find the earbuds location via a map and the Airpods will make a sound to tell the owner where to find them. Of course you will have to have the Airpods paired up to your iOS device and they need to be closeby so that they show up on the map.

The update to iOS 10.3 beta also brings Apple File System and a new API which limits the amount of times that an app is able to ask the user to submit a rating. It also brings with it the floating QWERTY keyboard for those who use the iPad and this can be used with just one hand.

The watchOS 3.2 beta 3 update brings with it Theater Mode and this means the user can silence the watch easily along with keeping the display dark when they visit the movies.

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