Apple releases iOS 11.3 with iPhone battery tool, new Animoji

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The feature will include battery health, battery degradation, and performance analysis of battery.

Apple has released software update 11.3 for the HomePod. New Animoji in iOS 11.3 includes a lion, dragon, bear, and skull.

The option to chat with a business will appear across Apple Maps, Safari and Spotlight Search. The company realizes the importance of the cure on bugs in the iOS 11.3, and it is an advantage for the company that they are getting an opportunity to offer the solution.

Apple Music has always been home to music videos, but with iOS 11.3 Apple is beefing up its video game with an increased presence of videos in the Music app, featuring the addition of music video playlists so you can easily watch multiple videos back-to-back.

Users in US and Canada get Beta version of Apple's Business Chat, a new messaging feature that provides users with a new way to communicate directly with businesses, reach a live person to ask a question or make a purchase using Apple Pay, on the go or at home.

Additionally, ARKit has been refined to work better with irregularly-shaped surfaces, including circular tables.

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The US house energy and commerce committee and US senate commerce committee have also asked Zuckerberg to appear at a hearing. We are beginning work on this and will have more details as we finalize the program updates in the coming weeks.

The medical information - such as allergies, medical conditions, vaccinations, lab tests, medical procedures, and vitals - will be available to iPhone users who are patients at 39 health systems that are working with Apple, including Stanford Medicine and Johns Hopkins.

The introduction of ARKit with iOS 11 put augmented reality into the hands of hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users, making iOS the world's biggest AR platform.

Messages in iCloud is finally available in iOS 11.3.

Apple will soon introduce an updated website for managing Apple IDs, which will allow Apple users to download a copy of all of their data stored by the company, reports Bloomberg.

A new icon will display whenever your iPhone or iPad requests sensitive data, alongside "detailed privacy information", according to the company.

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