A week after releasing the sixth beta versions of all its operating systems, Apple today released the iOS 9.3 beta 7 for developers and members of the Apple Beta Software Program (compilations 13E5233a and 13E5234a).
We will hardly see anything new appearing in the system at this point in the championship, but Apple is apparently still finding edges to trim. Recalling that testing with iOS 9.3 started since January 11th.
What's new in iOS 9.3 includes the new mode Night Shift (for night use), several education improvements (including login for multiple users), access to the Notes app via Touch ID, changes to CarPlay, new information on the Health app, iBooks sync documents by iCloud, among others.
Apple will most likely announce the official release date of iOS 9.3 to everyone at next Monday's special event (3/21).