Here's How To Stop Apple From Slowing Down Your Older iPhone

Nettie James
March 31, 2018

Apple released iOS 11.3 into general availability on Thursday, with new ways for businesses to communicate with iPhone users, improved augmented reality (AR) functionality, access to personal health records, and more.

Apple has pushed out the iOS 11.3 update for its iPhones and iPads, bringing a feature that's been highly anticipated since the company's battery management scheme came to light late previous year.

iPhone users, it's time to update. iOS 11.3 is now available, and while there's nothing groundbreaking here, it does have a few useful new features.

With iOS 11.3, your iPhone camera will be able to recognise and place virtual objects onto vertical surfaces like walls and doors. The update to iOS 11.3 is quite a big one bringing lots of new features, and the company is also updating all of its other major operating systems.

Battery and Performance: As CEO Tim Cook had promised earlier, the feature that allows users to have better control over their battery is finally here.

Tech giant Apple announced the addition of new animated emoticons or Animojis for its anniversary edition iPhone X, on the sidelines of the rollout of iOS 11.3.

Convinced? Then you're going to need space if your phone is already full.

The Business Chat feature makes it easy to have a conversation with a service representative, schedule appointments or make purchases using Apple Pay from within the Messages app. With the inclusion of these new institutions, patients have greater access to their medical information including lab results, medications, conditions and more. From there you should have to wait a while, tap the update button again, and you'll be good to go.

The release of iOS 11.3 also included new Animoji and some additional ARKit experiences, the release noted.

Amidst the brouhaha over Facebook's data mishandling, Apple is setting out to make its own data practices a bit more transparent in iOS 11.3.

The maximum battery capacity is relative to when it was new. With the new update, users can now check the health of their iPhone's battery. The health records data are encrypted and protected with a passcode.

Apple's HomePod smart speaker is getting its first-ever software update today. A lion, a bear, a dragon, and a skull will now be available in the Messages app, all with the ability to capture your facial movements and record your voice. "Zendesk's integration with Apple Business Chat Beta will allow customers to engage with businesses on a much more personal level through Message".

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