Apple previewed iOS 11.3 with some strong upgraded and updates


American tech giant Apple has released the first iOS 11.3 public beta with all new features for iPhones and iPads to its public beta-testing group.

iPhone and iPad users will see a variety of new device capabilities arrive with the release of iOS 11.3 this spring, Apple said today.

Animoji has been introduced with iPhone X a year ago. iOS 11.3 introduces four new Animoji, giving iPhone X users the ability to express themselves as a lion, bear, dragon or skull.

An update to its iOS operating system would show the phone's battery health and recommend whether the battery needs to be replaced, Apple said, adding that it would also let users turn off a controversial piece of software that slows the phone's performance in some situations when the battery is flagging.

In the initial period, the support is restricted to selected businesses like Wells Fargo, Discover, Hilton, and Lowe's.

That's all folks! This is what you will get in the upcoming iOS 11.3 update by Apple. For now, the app does not include doctors' notes, but Apple may add that someday, and Geisinger already offers that on its MyGeisinger website, said Dr. Jonathan Slotkin, director of spinal surgery for Geisinger's Neuroscience Institute and medical director of a Geisinger program that encourages reaching patients through technology.

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Third-party speaker manufacturers, including Sonos, have announced compatibility support for AirPlay 2, though none have released products that support the standard.

Another feature coming to Messages is something called Business Chat.

The removal of the home button on the iPhone X provided a bit of foreshadowing for not just the 2018 iPhone lineup, but the iPad Pro as well. There was the initial round of apps, and people looked at them and said, "this is not anything, mobile apps are not going to take off". It's an update of a less sophisticated medical records function in Apple's Health app. Whereas ARKit previously only helped app developers map 3D objects to flat, horizontal surfaces like the floor or a table, ARKit 1.5 will make vertical surfaces like walls, doors, and windows workable by AR apps.

Rumors started to swirl last June when CNBC, after speaking to various health and technology experts, reported that Apple was looking to bring all of a patient's health information together via the iPhone.

Geisinger Health System - Danville, Pa. Interestingly, the new feature on macOS as well. Reportedly, the iBooks Store will also become the Apple Books Store. Its' functionality is limited to devices running the current iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3, so it only works with the Apple TV at the moment. Some of the highlights include updates to ARKit, Animoji, and more.