Apple released updates for iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS

- Adrian Ungureanu

The Cupertino tech giant released a complete set of updates to all of its software platforms: iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.

So, the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users can now upgrade to iOS 10.3, the Apple Watch owners can download the watchOS 3.2, the Mac users can install the macOS 10.12.4, will Apple TV can upgrade to tvOS 10.2

The most important improvements and feature were for the iOS platform. One example of the former is the option to find AirPods under the Find My iPhone app, that plays a sound to help you locate your lost AirPods as well shows their last location on a map. But we knew about this for a while.

Siri now supports paying bills and checking status with payment apps, scheduling rides with ride booking apps, checking car fuel level, lock status, turning on lights and activating horn with carmaker apps, and Cricket scores and statistics for IPL and ICC.

Other changes include support for new iTunes feature that lets you rent movies on one of your Apple devices and then watch them on any of the others.

On macOS 10.12.4 adds Night Shift, which automatically cuts down the blue light from the display at night to reduce the strain on your eyes. You can find the Night Shift option under the Display settings, where you can customize the timings or set it to run between sunset to sunrise, and also control the intensity of the effect.

There are a lot of little changes to all platforms, but nothing notable and Apple devices users will discover as they update their platforms.