IOS 11.3 Released: Here's the Top 5 Features

IOS 11.3 Released: Here's the Top 5 Features

IOS 11.3 Released: Here's the Top 5 Features

If you've been fond of Jailbreak the new iOS firmware and have been into technical side, there are a few things which you need to know before Jailbreaking your iPhone and iPad devices with the latest iOS 11.3.

The company confirmed it deliberately slowed older iPhone models as a means of preserving performance and prolonging the life of devices with lower capacity lithium-ion batteries in December. The new feature is included in the iOS 11.3 update which was released this week.

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As seen in the preview, iOS 11.3 brings new Animoji for iPhone X users, as well as a couple of other new features.

The tech giant said its update includes a new way to "show battery health and recommend if a battery needs to be serviced".

Is it goofy? 100%, but I'm willing to bet the majority iPhone X users would install the update just to get their hands on that dragon Animoji. In addition to the new battery checking tool, iOS 11.3 introduces a new privacy icon to help users.

Other new features include a USA exclusive Health records section inside Apple's Health app, and a new privacy icon that's displayed whenever Apple asks for personal information such as an Apple ID password.

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"iOS 11.3 improves this performance management feature by periodically assessing the level of performance management necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns".

'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, ' Apple wrote.

In terms of privacy, Apple says the Health Records data is encrypted and protected with the user's iPhone passcode. The update will bring a host of new changes in the operating system which will range from something as simple as new Animojis to critical features like battery health issues.

Apple has also introduced a new feature called Business Chat, which seems similar to WhatsApp Business but is now being tested only in USA and Canada.

This new kit now allows apps to use vertical surfaces like walls and doors to place AR objects on. They can ask a question about a product or service to the businesses via the app and will also able to make a purchase using Apple Pay directly.

iOS 11.3 allows iPhone users to view battery health and switch off performance throttling.

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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