Apple releases major iOS 10 update, check the new features
What is presumed to be the last batch update for iOS 10 might have just been released by Apple, the new update is iOS 10.3. It has some useful upgrades to the Settings menu and Maps app on your iPhone or iPad.

The new changes made in iOS 10.3:

1 Weather in Maps

As regards to this feature, there is a tiny weather bug at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen showing the current weather conditions in that area. For a seven-day breakdown of the weather just 3D Touch the weather bug or continue holding to open the weather app in a new screen.

2 Apple ID Profile

The new profile section at the top of the settings menu with all your account information has made the work quite easier. Click on your profile to access your iCloud, iTunes, App Store and Family Sharing information in one place and scroll down to see a list of all the Apple devices linked to these accounts. You'll still need to log in to the Find my iPhone app on your phone or web browser to access them all.

3 Find my AirPods

This feature can save you time and money. You can make use of this feature anytime you are looking for the AirPods. You will start by signing in to your Find my iPhone app and you should now see the AirPods as one of the devices associated with your account. Click to see the last known location of the 'Pods when they were paired with your phone or ping them to make them ring. Just make sure you're not wearing them if you want to keep your hearing intact.

Read Also: Look at the 5 tips that will aid your smooth transition from iOS to Android.

4 iCloud storage breakdown

If you pay for extra storage on Apple's iCloud, this next one will be especially useful. You can now see exactly how you're using your iCloud storage by clicking on the iCloud option in this new profile section. Tap the graph at the top of this section to figure out exactly what the storage hogs are. This gives you a device and program-specific breakdown detailing how many gigs of storage are being used by each.

If you haven't activated the two-factor authentication on your account (which you should), you'll notice a new "suggestion" section right below your profile in the main settings page. Apple may use this space to give you other suggestions to improve your device's performance.

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