Earlier this month, a new software bug surfaced. This one, called “Telugu” was linked to a specific character being sent to an iOS device at first, but it was quickly revealed it also impacted macOS and watchOS devices, too.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
Apple has just sent out a notice to developers, letting them know of a couple major changes moving forward.
Apple Seeds iOS 11.3 Beta 2 to Developers With New Animoji; Battery Health Feature [Update: Public Beta Now Avaialble]
At the tail-end of 2017, Apple confirmed that it introduced a feature in iOS 10.2.1 earlier in the year that throttled iOS in an effort to stop random shutdowns in older iPhones with aging batteries.
Over the holiday season, iPhone X owners realized that they could not authorize Family Purchases using Face ID. Instead, they were forced to enter the password of their Apple account to approve every single transaction — a tedious and frustrating process.
After previewing iOS 11.3 and talking about a couple of headlining features, Apple has released the first developer beta of iOS 11.3. This third and final major point release of iOS 11 brings a lot of new and interesting features. First of all, iMessages in iCloud, the iMessage cloud syncing feature we were promised at WWDC 2017 will finally make it to our iPhone screens this spring. There are also new Animoji, better ARKit features and yes, Apple’s promised battery management feature is coming soon as well.
Apple Seeds iOS 11.3 Beta 1 to Developers With New Animoji; Battery Info Will Be Available in a Future Beta [UPDATE]
Apple today previewed iOS 11.3 ahead of its release in spring this year. The upcoming update to iOS 11 will introduce new augmented reality features along with a new set of Animoji on the iPhone X, and more.