Apple Releases iOS 11.3 With New Battery Management Features, Animoji

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Apple Releases iOS 11.3 With New Battery Management Features, Animoji

Apple Music has quietly updated its streaming app to bring music videos front and center.

With iOS 11.3, now your iPhone and iPad can deliver AR experiences by using vertical surfaces as well.

In the United States and Canada, Apple has rolled out Business Chat to let the users communicate directly with businesses, use Apple Pay, get more information, etc.

Business Chat. First announced almost a year ago at WWDC 2017, Business Chat is a new way for iMessage users to communicate with businesses in the familiar, easy-to-use environment of the Messages app.

Apple is adding customer support conversations to Messages.

This different approach to user data is something Tim Cook has been keen to emphasise, commenting yesterday in an interview with Recode that "privacy to us is a human right, a civil liberty". If you're a patient for example of NYU Langone Health, Stanford Medicine or almost 40 other health systems representing hundreds of hospitals and clinics, you'll be able to view your medical records right from their iPhone.

Health Records, which allows a user to easily access his or her own health data in the Health app, is another core feature of iOS 11.3.

The site will also let customers correct personal information, temporarily deactivate their account, and completely delete it.

Apple released most of its round of mid-stream features updates today, including iOS 11.3, watchOS 4.3, and tvOS 11.3, which have been in beta since late January. With recent generations of phones, starting with the iPhone 6, Apple started using lithium-ion batteries.

Incidentally, If you have the newer iPhone 8, 8 Plus or X models, a more advanced power management system is in place, which, Apple says, "more precisely allows iOS to anticipate and avoid an unexpected shutdown", resulting in a "less noticeable" impact on performance.

It follows comments by Apple Music chief Jimmy Iovine that streaming services are too similar.

Commuters in Beijing and Shanghai can begin using Apple Pay on their iPhone and Apple Watch for an easy, fast and secure ride on Metro and bus lines. The idea here with Apple is that multiple systems are collected into a single app. These markets join Apple TV app users in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK.

Tech companies have always been scrutinized for how they protect their customers' data and Facebook is now embroiled in a huge scandal where millions of users' data were improperly accessed by a political consultancy.

HomeKit software authentication provides a great new way for developers to add HomeKit support to existing accessories while protecting privacy and security.

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