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Apple has officially released the long-awaited iOS 11.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch today. The update includes several major features as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. Read more below to find out what’s new in the update.

Firstly, Apple is introducing four new Animoji characters in iOS 11.3, lion, bear, dragon, and skull. Business Chat supports in iOS 11.3 – new way for users field customer support sessions. And surprisingly, AirPlay 2 and Messages on iCloud wasn’t on the list of release note.

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More importantly, Apple has been added a new "Battery Health" feature that's designed to provide iOS users with more information about their batteries. This feature will tells you the maximum capacity of your battery and whether or not it is operating at peak capacity. Once the battery has degraded, power management feature will be automatically turned on to prevent from unexpected shutdown, in exchange your devices will become slower, but now with iOS 11.3, you can disable it.

Besides that, iOS 10.3 is also including ARKit 1.5, which now will be recognize and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, more accurately map irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables as well. In addition, the view of the "real world" will now be in 1080p HD, that is up from 720p currently.

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Other new features include a new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, more information about app size in the Updates page for the App Store app.

iOS 11.3 introduces new features including ARKit 1.5 with support for more immersive augmented reality experiences, iPhone Battery Health (Beta), new Animoji for iPhone X users, and more. This update also includes stability improvements and bug fixes.

Augmented Reality
- ARKit 1.5 allows developers to place digital objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors in addition to horizontal surfaces
- Adds support for detecting and incorporating images like movie posters or artwork into AR experiences
- Supports a higher resolution real world camera view when using AR experiences

iPhone Battery Health (Beta)
- Displays information on iPhone maximum battery capacity and peak performance capability
- Indicates if the performance management feature that dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns is on and includes the option to disable it
- Recommends if a battery needs to be replaced

iPad charge management
- Maintains battery health when iPad is connected to power for prolonged periods of time, such as when it is used in kiosks, point of sale systems, or stored in charging carts

Animoji
- Introduces four new Animoji on iPhone X: lion, bear, dragon and skull

Privacy
- When an Apple feature asks to use your personal information, an icon now appears along with a link to detailed information explaining how your data will be used and protected

Business Chat (Beta) - US only
- Communicate with companies to easily ask questions, schedule appointments, and make purchases inside the built-in Messages app on iPhone and iPad

Health Records (Beta) - US only
- Access health records and view lab results, immunizations, and more in a consolidated timeline in the Health app

Apple Music
- Features a new music video experience, including an updated Music Videos section with exclusive video playlists
- Find friends that have similar tastes using updated suggestions in Apple Music that reveal genres people enjoy and mutual friends that follow them

News
- Top Stories now always appear first in For You
- Watch Top Videos curated by News editors

App Store
- Adds ability to sort customer reviews on product pages by Most Helpful, Most Favorable, Most Critical, or Most Recent
- Improves Updates tab information with app version and file size

Safari
- Helps protect privacy by only AutoFilling usernames and passwords after selecting them in a web form field
- Includes warnings in the Smart Search Field when interacting with password or credit card forms on non-encrypted web pages
- AutoFill for usernames and passwords is now available in web views within apps
- Articles shared to Mail from Safari are now formatted using Reader mode by default when Reader is available
- Folders in Favorites now show icons for the bookmarks contained within

Keyboards
- Adds two new Shuangpin keyboard layouts
- Adds support for connected hardware keyboards using the Turkish F keyboard layout
- Improves Chinese and Japanese keyboards for better reachability on 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch devices
- Enables switching back to the keyboard after dictation with just one tap
- Addresses an issue where auto-correct could incorrectly capitalize some words
- Fixes an issue on iPad Pro that prevented the iPad Smart Keyboard from working after connecting to a captive Wi-Fi access point
- Fixes an issue that could cause the Thai keyboard to incorrectly switch to the numeric layout when in landscape mode

Accessibility
- App Store adds accessibility support for bold and large text for display customization
- Smart Invert adds support for images on the web and in Mail messages
- Improves RTT experience and adds RTT support for T-Mobile
- Improves app switching on iPad for VoiceOver and Switch Control users
- Addresses an issue where VoiceOver incorrectly described Bluetooth status and badge icons
- Fixes an issue where end call button might not be presented in the Phone app when using VoiceOver
- Fixes an issue where in-app app rating was not accessible with VoiceOver
- Resolves an issue when using Live Listen that could distort audio playback

Other improvements and fixes
- Introduces support for the AML standard which provides more accurate location data to emergency responders when SOS is triggered (in supported countries)
- Adds support for software authentication as a new way for developers to create and enable HomeKit compatible accessories
- Podcasts now plays episodes with a single tap, and you can tap Details to learn more about each episode
- Improves search performance for users with long notes in Contacts
- Improves performance of Handoff and Universal Clipboard when both devices are on the same Wi-Fi network
- Fixes an issue that could prevent incoming calls from waking the display
- Addresses an issue that could delay or prevent playback of Visual Voicemail
- Resolves an issue that prevented opening a web link in Messages
- Fixes an issue that could prevent users from returning to Mail after previewing a message attachment
- Fixes an issue that could cause Mail notifications to reappear on the Lock screen after they had been cleared
- Resolves an issue that could cause time and notifications to disappear from the Lock Screen
- Resolves an issue that prevented parents from using Face ID to approve Ask to Buy requests
- Fixes an issue in Weather where current weather conditions may not have been updated
- Fixes an issue where contacts may not sync with a car's phone book when connected over Bluetooth
- Addresses an issue that could prevent audio apps from playing in cars when the app was in the background

Apple has released the iOS 11.3 update particular for the sixth-generation iPad, which was announced yesterday at an education event in Chicago. Even though the new iPad starts to accepting orders yesterday, it will not be delivered until later this week as the device isn't yet in stores.

We are unclear why Apple has released iOS 11.3 for the new iPad but not for any other iOS devices, one thing that we can expect is the launch suggest the release of iOS 11.3 for the other Apple products is imminent and could perhaps come for other ios devices in the next couple of days.


iOS 11.3 brings big features like Messages on iCloud for storing your iMessages in iCloud to save valuable on-device storage space, a "Battery Health" feature designed to provide iOS users with more info about their batteries, four new Animoji characters for iPhone X, and Business Chat for contacting businesses.

Other upcoming functionalities are including a new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, review sorting options for the App Store, software authentication for HomeKit devices, new version of ARKit that can be recognize and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces, etc.

Apple today released the sixth beta of the iOS 11.3 updates to developers, four days after releasing the fifth beta of the iOS 11.3. Beta testers need to sign up from Apple Developer Center to download the beta profile, in order to update your device to iOS 11.3, you need go to Settings - Software Update.

In iOS 11.3, Apple bring four new Animoji characters - lion, bear, dragon & skull. Business Chat supports in iOS 11.3 - new way for field customer support sessions. You now also able to store your messages in your iCloud. It also featuring ARKit 1.5, which can be recognizes and places virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, and more resolution of view in "real world."

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In iOS 11.3 beta 2, Apple has introduced a new "Battery Health" feature that's designed to provide iOS users with more information about their batteries. The feature will telling you the maximum capacity of your battery and whether or not it is operating at peak capacity. By default, the feature is turned off if the battery is in normal conditions.

Other upcoming iOS 11.3 features include the new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, more of information about app size in the Updates page for the App Store, and now the Podcast app allows you to play episodes with one tap.

Apple today released the fifth beta of the iOS 11.3 updates to developers, one week after releasing the fourth beta of iOS 11.3. Beta testers needs to sign up from Apple Developer Center to download the beta profile, in order to update your device to iOS 11.3, you need go to Settings - Software Update.

In iOS 11.3, Apple bring four new Animoji characters - lion, bear, dragon or skull. Business Chat supports in iOS 11.3 - new way for field customer support sessions. You now also able to store your messages in your iCloud. It also featuring ARKit 1.5, which can be recognizes and places virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, and more resolution of view in "real world."

In iOS 11.3 beta 2, Apple has introduced a new "Battery Health" feature that's designed to provide iOS users with more information about their batteries. The feature will telling you the maximum capacity of your battery and whether or not it's operating at peak capacity. 

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Other new features include a new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, more information about app size in the Updates page for the App Store, and now the Podcast app allows you to play episodes with one tap.

Besides, the Cupertino firm also seeded fifth beta of tvOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 to the developers. MacOS 10.13.4 includes a improved support for eGPUs, smoke cloud wallpaper for all High Sierra Macs. a warning when opening a 32-bit app as they plans to phase them out. TvOS 11.3 bring enhancements to Match Content support, as well as automatic frame rate switching for Apple TV 4.

Apple today released the fourth beta of the iOS 11.3 updates to developers, 13 days after releasing the second beta of iOS 11.3. Beta testers needs to sign up from Apple Developer Center to download the beta profile, in order to update your device to iOS 11.3, you need go to Settings - Software Update.

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A major update to both the users and developers, iOS 11.3 introducing four new Animoji characters that including, lion, bear, dragon or skull. Business Chat supports in iOS 11.3 - new way for field customer support sessions. You now also able to store your messages in your iCloud, and to free up spaces in the iDevices.

The iOS 10.3 is also featuring ARKit 1.5, which can be recognize and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, more accurately map irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables as well. Additionally, the view of the "real world" will now be in 1080p HD, that's up from 720p currently.

Other new features include a new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, more information about app size in the Updates page for the App Store, and iBooks has also had the "i" removed from its name.

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In iOS 11.3 beta 2, Apple has introduced a new "Battery Health" feature that's designed to provide iOS users with more information about their batteries. This feature will tells you the maximum capacity of your battery and whether or not it is operating at peak capacity. Developers will be also able to developing educational apps to create student evaluation features with ClassKit.

For those people who listens Podcast oftenly, iOS 11.3 will allows you play episodes with one tap. Although early betas of iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3 includes the support for AirPlay 2 feature, but for certain reasons, Apple pulled off the feature in beta 3, perhaps it is still unstable for users.

Aside from releasing iOS 11.3, the company also seeded tvOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 to developers. MacOS 10.13.4 includes a improved support for eGPUs, smoke cloud wallpaper for all High Sierra Macs. a warning when opening a 32-bit app as they plans to phase them out. TvOS 11.3 bring enhancements to Match Content support, as well as automatic frame rate switching for Apple TV 4.

Apple today releases the second beta of the iOS 11.3 update to developers, 2 weeks after releasing the first beta of iOS 11.3. Beta testers required to sign up from Apple Developer Center to download the beta profile, in order to update your device to iOS 11.3, you need go to Settings - Software Update. 


In iOS 11.3, Four new Animoji characters will be added, giving iPhone X users the ability to express themselves as a lion, bear, dragon or skull. Business Chat will be launching in beta in iOS 11.3, a new way for field customer support sessions. You now also able to store your messages in your iCloud, which will free up spaces in the iDevices.

Apple is also updating ARKit to 1.5, which it will be recognize and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, more accurately map irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables as well. In addition, the view of the "real world" will now be in 1080p HD, is up from 720p currently.

As for new changes in iOS 11.3 beta 2, it introduces a new "Battery Health" feature that's designed to provide iOS users with more information about their batteries. This feature will tells you the maximum capacity of your battery and whether or not it is operating at peak capacity.


Another highlights found in the beta is that Apple is introducing a new public development framework, which they called ClassKit that towards educational apps. Apparently, to allow developers of educational apps to create student evaluation features.

Other new features include a new section in Apple News displays the top videos, support for Advanced Mobile Location for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country, more information about app size in the Updates page for the App Store, and iBooks has also had the "i" removed from its name.

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