If you've been fond of Jailbreak the new iOS firmware and have been into technical side, there are a few things which you need to know before Jailbreaking your iPhone and iPad devices with the latest iOS 11.3. Apple received a lot of criticism earlier this year when it was revealed that the company purposely slows down the performance of iOS so devices can last for longer on a single charge when the battery gets old.
"Apple believes privacy is a fundamental human right", the company will now tell every user when they turn on their devices after the iOS 11.3 update, which began rolling out to iPhones and iPads on 29 March. Further, the data will be encrypted and secured by a password for optimum privacy.
It also brings in new features such as new AR experiences, Animojis, Health record among others. Apple also stated they have on board several medical centres like Johns Hopkins Medicine, UC San Diego Health, Geisinger Health System, UNC Health Care, Rush University Medical Center, OhioHealth, Cerner Health Clinic, Cedars-Sinai or Penn Medicine.
For now, though, let me highlight the two distinct features that many of you in particular have been waiting for, including one that will prevent Apple from throttling your phone when the battery has turned into a weakling.More news: Nacogdoches community observes National Vietnam War Veterans Day
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The Health app has a new tab called Health Records which give users access to their personal medical records on their iPhone.
You'll find the new Battery Health settings nested under "Battery" in the Settings app. Note that it's prominently listed as still in beta. ALSOREAD:Apple slowing down your iPhone? Other new features and bug fixes were also added in this update. You can update is for free, by tapping Setting/General/Software Update on the device. Apple is also using advanced computer vision techniques to recognize the position of 2D images like signs, posters and artwork.
However, many iPhones and iPad users would like to get a more customizable operating system and since Apple seems to not understand that the only viable solution is an iOS jailbreak. Previously, tvOS 11.3 had been expected to include AirPlay 2, which would sync playback of audio files across multiple HomePods and Apple TV, but it ended up not making it into the update.