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Apple Inc. has scheduled a big event for next month, and there have been quite a lot of rumours out there on what the event might be about. We know for certain that a number of new Apple products are going to be released, for example, there is going to be the iPhone 5se, the iPad Air 3, and the Apple Watch 2. However, the fact that Apple has announced the third Beta version of the Apple iOS 9.3 could also mean the unleashing of a brand new operating system.

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Along with their latest iOS 9.3 beta 3, they have also started new Betas for the tvOS 9.2, the WatchOS 2.2. This is somewhat expected, given that the number of new devices coming out next month sort of means that there will be new operating systems at some point over the next several months. What we didn’t know is that they might be coming out in March itself.

The iOS 9.3 is settled to be pretty much the same as the 9.2, except that there is a new Wi-Fi calling feature. This feature, that enables users to call over the internet without resorting to the use of a third-party application, might only have been introduced for the carrier Verizon. However, be that as it may, the arrival of such a feature bodes well for the future of mobile communication.

Other than that, there are a handful of new developments to the landscape mode of the OS and a revival of the Night Mode’s icons. It is also worth mentioning that a beta for Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Captian has been announced.

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