It’s party time for the Apple users as the company has released major updates for its all four operating system working on all its devices which include iPhones, Apple watches, Macs and Apple TV. The new updates not only upgrade the current version of all its operating systems but also bring in new and exciting features to the devices.

To begin with iOS. The company has released iOS version 10.3. The updated version adds support for ‘Find My AirPods’ feature that helps you to locate your misplace AirPods by ringing an alarm if they are hidden under a stack of files or by sending you the location where your AirPods were last connected to your iPhone. Additionally, the updates also add a couple of interesting features to Apple’s digital assistant Siri allowing users to schedule trips using ride-sharing apps and watch rented iTunes movies.

Apple also released v10.12.4 of its MacOS Sierra bringing the much awaited ‘Night Shift mode’ to our macs. The mode favours warm colours at night helping you to improve your sleep.

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WatchOS version 3.2 adds interesting features to the Apple watch allowing you to use third-party apps along with Siri. The company has also added a new mode called the ‘Theatre Mode’ to the watchOS. Theatre Mode essentially works like the silent mode and keeps the screen in dark till you either tap on the screen, press the digital crown or the side button.

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The tvOS however, fails to deliver any major update to tvOS 10.2. The only feature that has been added is the support for rented iTune movies.

To update your operating system, all you have to do is open your Apple App Store and look for the update!