Classical features are no longer enough when it comes to Apple equipment. iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3 developers introduce AirPlay 2 features, an wonderful detail allowing for multi-room music playback on Apple TVs using your iPhone.More news: Rep. Patrick Meehan will not seek re-election
The additional controls are meant to appease iPhone owners outraged since Apple acknowledged last month that its recent software updates had been secretly slowing down older iPhones when their batteries weakened. So, Apple can make its devices more popular by focusing on the health features, something which it is already doing.
What if you could look at your records whenever you choose to, without needing to print them? The feature doesn't share the user's contact information with businesses, and users can stop chatting at any time.
"Apple's helping democratize AR and that's a very smart way to do it", he told TechNewsWorld, "with a significant installed base of users, particularly on the iPhone X". The feature will let users schedule appointments and even make purchases using Apple Pay. At launch this spring, the feature will support only select businesses, including Discover, Hilton, Lowe's and Wells Fargo. The software update will also improve security for HomeKit devices, upgrade music video playback in the Apple Music service, add a new video section to Apple News and send location information to emergency services during a call.More news: Colorado deputy shot, killed
The level of detail included in the announcement for iOS 11.3 is noteworthy in itself. Note that Microsoft has been reliably open about its plans for Windows recently, allowing users to preview new features under development through its Windows Insider program. Apple says that "in addition to horizontal surfaces like tables and chairs, ARKit can now recognise and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors, and can more accurately map irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables".
The health records will include information on immunizations, medications, allergies, vitals, lab results, procedures and conditions.
iOS 11.3 also introduces four new Animoji, giving iPhone X users the ability to express themselves more.More news: On the Solar Tariffs
Apple Inc's move on Wednesday to give iPhone owners information about the health of their batteries reverses the company's longstanding refusal to make such information available directly on iPhones and iPads, even though battery health has always been easy to check on Apple's Mac computers.
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