Apple didn’t just update tvOS on Monday, it also has a new beta of iOS to release for developers. The company pushed out iOS 9.3 beta 2, just a couple of weeks after the original beta hit. We already brought you an early look at iOS 9.3 beta 1, but 9to5Mac has already had a chance to dig into the second one to find some new changes.

Night Shift is one of the big highlight features that users are going to see in iOS 9.3, and 9to5Mac said iOS 9.3 beta 2 version puts a new “Night Shift” button right in Control Center for easy access on iPads and on iOS. If you download the beta, you’ll recognize the new feature by the small “eye” icon that exists right at the very bottom of Control Center on iPhones, and to the bottom-right of the menu on iPads.

As we already know, iOS 9.3 is also going to deliver a refreshed version of News with more customizations for each user, a brand new version of Health that supports third-party applications, improved CarPlay that’s more on a par with iOS 9, Quick Actions for default apps such as Compass, Health, Weather and Settings, and more. You can check out some of those features in the gallery above.

Developers should find iOS 9.3 beta 2 available now. Public beta testers should get an update tomorrow, since Apple historically releases that one day later.