Mar 22, 2016 12:40 PM EDT

Apple iOS 9.3 Is Available Now, New Update Fixes Encryption Flaws

Apple has recently released the newest iOS update. It has been described as a "fixed" update. The iOS 9.3 does not steer too far away from its predecessor but the company has cited additional features to the iPad and iPhone for users.

The latest iOS update was made final after seven beta testings. According to Wired, the iOS update has a modified 3D touch and can now protect your Notes app with Touch ID verification. However, If you can't get the fingerprint sensor to work, it'll act just like the iOS lock screen: You type in a numerical code instead.

With iOS 9.3, fans of the Commodores have another reason to love the phrase Night Shift. Night shift adjusts the display brightness and color temp automatically according to the time of day. It shifts from the cool blue color to the warm orange hues.

Plus, it has made reading easier for the eyes, for users who like to read in bed. Another addition, as recently reported by JNH, is the Health app. The company has also paralleled its technology with the latest self-driving car advances. Apple's Carplay infotainment system provides location-based recommendations and new releases features.

For educational purposes, the iOS 9.3 will enable students to iPad-share. This feature helps the teachers create interactive lessons.

But the biggest reason to upgrade your iPhone and iPad to the latest iOS 9.3 is because it has fixed the encryption flaw in iMessage.

The up and coming iPhone SE and iPad Pro (9.7") will already be pre-installed with iOS 9.3. Owners of iPhone 6 and above will need to enable a system update today.

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