What the new iOS 11.3 will bring

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What the new iOS 11.3 will bring

They include new tools for chatting with businesses and for monitoring battery health and power management.

We're talking, of course, about the ability to stop Apple from throttling iPhones to prevent shutdowns.

Since installing the update, developers have outed another new feature, which will help customers avoid being scammed by fake iCloud sign-in windows, an issue brought to link by iOS dev Felix Krause a year ago. It's still pretty buggy in iOS 11.3, which is understandable given it's still in the first beta stage, but functionality will improve as new betas of iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3 roll out. Some of you may still find it little frustrating with the timelines of the release but, on the other hand, we must be happy that Apple has finally taken some action to help iPhone users who are just too frustrated by carrying iPhone charger everywhere.

The new feature also shows battery health and recommend, if a battery needs to be serviced. It will also allow them to turn off the dynamic power management feature introduced in 2016. This feature is available for iPhone 6 and later models and can be found in battery section in the Settings menu. Additionally, users can schedule appointments and make purchases using Apple Pay on Business Chat. News of the arrival of the feature comes not long after WhatsApp launched WhatsApp Business - an app dedicated to helping businesses connect with consumers. Here, users can store their medical data linked with supported clinics and hospitals. "Patients from participating medical institutions will have information from various institutions organized into one view and receive regular notifications for their lab results, medications, conditions and more", explains Apple.

Then, there are two beta features in the update: Business Chat and Health Records.

Four new Animojis will be introduced to iPhone X. Those AR improvements will enable users to place virtual objects on virtual surfaces and integrate two-dimensional images into three-dimensional AR experiences. For instance, the ARKit can now bring bringing a movie poster to life.

The most major and important update of all would be that Apple has chose to add four new Animoji characters to the iPhone X that would stimulate one's face.

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