Apple released the final version of iOS 9.3.3 to everyone on Monday, following several beta releases of its new software.
If you own an iPad or iPhone, you should look for the update now. iOS 9.3.3 builds on the first iOS 9.3 release, which introduced new features like Night Shift, which makes the phone easier on the eyes before bed by cutting out blue light. It’s not immediately clear what’s new in iOS 9.3.3 as opposed to the most recent release, iOS 9.3.2, but it’s likely the software has new bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Folks looking for the real upgrade should stay tuned for iOS 10, which will hit the public later this fall. You can check for iOS 9.3.3 by visiting the settings menu from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch now.