Out: iOS 9.3 is now available to all users [atualizado 2x: links diretos]

Image on the Canadian Apple website indicates that the new “Night Shift” feature will have a shortcut in the Control Center

Ten days ago, when Apple released the first beta version of iOS 9.3, we announce that it will come with so many news that she even put on the air also a special page on her website talking about what to change for users.

Behold, from yesterday to today, a user on reddit discovered that the same page on Apple's Canadian website is not only a little different, as it brings up a prominent image showing a hitherto unknown detail:

Night Shift in iOS 9.3 Control Center

As you can see clearly, the new feature Night Shift (something like “Night Mode”) have a shortcut in Control Center (Control Center) of iOS 9.3. This is not great for anyone who is actually going to use the novelty, such as checking the first new item to be added Central since it was created.

The fact that, in the build of iOS 9.3 that is currently in the hands of developers and members of the Apple Beta Software Program, this shortcut is not yet present. Another thing that we have not mentioned is that Night Shift s only be compatible with devices whose processors are 64-bit, that is, from the A7 (iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad mini 2) onwards.

Now it is rooted that, in iOS 10, Apple allows users to customize the entire Control Center the way they want. This would be sensational

(via MacRumors)