Apple has released its latest update to iOS 10 for iPhone and iPad, bringing with it a string of welcome additions and fixes for irksome glitches.
The biggest change with iOS 10.3 comes for those who’ve snapped up Apple’s wireless AirPods. A new Find My AirPods feature now sits alongside Find My iPhone, allowing owners to track down a lost or missing earbud.
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The function shows the last known location when a pair of AirPods were connected to an iPhone via Bluetooth, as well as playing a sound so users can listen out for missing headphones.
App Store changes include new buttons to check whether reviews are ‘helpful’ or ‘not helpful’, along with limits to the number of times developers can request reviews. The latter is likely to be a boon for heavy App Store users.
Elsewhere, Siri now allows users to pay bills via banking and other payment apps, as well as scheduling rides with ride share tools such as Uber.
There are also a slew of stability fixes, including a new file system designed to make iOS more stable and less prone to crashing.
You can download iOS 10.3 over the air now for both iPhone and iPad. iOS 11 is set to be revealed at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June.