Apple previewed iOS 11.3 to the world on January 24, announcing the new software would arrive on supported devices sometime in the spring of 2018.
Security is one of the tentpole features for Apple, and it is paramount for all of its consumer-ready devices, from the Apple Watch to the iMac.
Apple has just sent out a notice to developers, letting them know of a couple major changes moving forward.
Despite the fact that companies set their own release schedules, it might feel inevitable that it ultimately becomes something of an uncontrollable beast, let loose upon the world and left to the demands of a fervent customer base.
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.
The recent iOS 11.2.5 update added new functionality to your iPhone’s personal assistant. Now, other than calling, translating, changing settings and answering your questions, Siri will play the latest news for you as well. And don’t worry, you won’t actually have to listen to Siri’s snarky voice reading out the news. Siri will play short daily news audio clips from various reputable publications.
For a minor update, Apple has been testing iOS 11.2.5 for a long time. After seven developer betas, the update is finally live for all users. It fixes a major bug and adds new Siri functionality. Here’s everything that’s new in this update.