Top iOS news of the week: Great patent, new iOS beta, Apple Watch developers wanted

This week in iOS we saw the best Apple patent yet, a new iOS beta arrived, and we can expect new Apple Watch faces and complications.

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Apple patent most practical one yet

An Apple patent shows using the Apple Watch to measure background noise to automatically change the volume of notifications on the iPhone. This makes sense with the Apple Watch always out in the open.

Source: iDownloadblog

IOS 9.3 beta released

Apple has released a new beta for developers and testers. IOS 9.3 beta has lots of new features, including Wi-Fi calling for Verizon customers.

Source: ZDNet

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Import Evernote data into Apple Notes app

Those looking to move from Evernote to Apple's Notes app will want to bring all notes from the former from the get go. That will be possible in future versions of Notes according to Apple.

This makes sense as otherwise Evernote users are not likely to switch.

Source: Apple World Today

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Apple emphasizing complications, faces for Apple Watch

A job posting by Apple shows the company is looking to develop new watch faces and complications for the Apple Watch. The posting emphasizes "human-computer interactions".

Source: iLounge

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