Earlier this week, Apple released the first iteration of the minor update, iOS 9.3.
While version numbers would dictate that iOS 9.3 is a minor update, it sure seems like a major update, given the list of features. It includes lots of great stuff, including a nighttime mode that cuts down on blue light to help you sleep, TouchID support for Notes, and a whole lot of really amazing educational features.
iOS 9.3 came alongside Mac OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2, and tvOS 9.2 betas, so there’s actually quite a bit to talk about here. There appeared to be a lull with iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, Mac OS X 10.11.2, Mac OS X 10.11.3, where Apple was pushing these betas and not really pushing any new features.
It appears that they were saving all of those features for this. Have a look.