New features discovered in third iOS 10 beta

Apple seeded the third iOS 10 beta to developers this morning after releasing several new updates on Monday, including iOS 9.3.3, watchOS 2.2.2, OS X El Capitan 10.11 and tvOS 9.2.2. Today's update contains mostly bug fixes and other improvements, but it also includes a few new tweaks and features.

Apple has added a Rest finger to open option in Accessibility. This feature allows users to open their device by resting their finger on the Home button instead of pushing it. You can enable the feature by navigating to Settings > Accessibility > Home Button. From here you will find the "Rest finger to open" slider. Apple has also added haptic feedback when locking your phone, and brought back the new keyboard sound from the original beta release. Other new tweaks include the ability to check what third-party apps installed on your phone support Siri, new 3D touch tags and the ability to anonymously send fitness and workout information to Apple. You can see all the new features in action in the MacRumors' video posted above.

The third iOS 10 beta is availble now OTA for developers who have downloaded the previous versions. The final public version will be available sometime in the fall. iPhone and iPad users without a developer's account can learn how download the first public beta here, however it is not recomended. The beta includes several bugs and a lot of third-party apps and games do not support it.

On Monday, Apple released iOS 9.3.3 to the public. The update contains bug fixes and other improvements for the iPhone and iPad. Users can install iOS 9.3.3 OTA by navigating to Settings > General > Software Update.

OS X El Capitan 10.11, watchOS 2.2.2 and tvOS 9.2.2 are also now available on all supported devices.