iOS 9.3 brings Touch ID to Notes, Night Shift and more

Apple has announced that iOS 9.3 will be made available today, and it will bring with it a number of big changes. During its March 2016, Apple revealed that iOS 9 is already on 80% of active iOS devices, and the company is continuing to push forward and make it even better. Night Shift will change your display colors, making them warmer as night approaches. It uses the clock and geolocation to determine when it needs to change colors.

Some of the other key features include Touch ID support for the Notes app, allowing you to keep your thoughts and data in there safe. The Health app gain app suggestions, and News will make it easier to personalize trending topics and Editors' picks. Car Play support is growing as more than 100 cars have been announced with support, and finally Education Preview brings a new suite of apps designed for admins, teachers and students.

The update will be rolling out later today as a free update.