The day after iOS 11.2.5 was released for all users, Apple today announced the news that I will see in the next major update of its mobile operating system, the iOS 11.3.
Owners of iPhones X will win 4 new Animojis, thus totaling 16 different characters. The new ones are: a dragon, a bear, a skull and a lion (see the GIF above).
Apple will also introduce in this update the so-called Business ChatThis is a new way for users to communicate directly with companies / businesses through the Messages app. It will first arrive in beta, offering features such as scheduling appointments and making payments via Apple Pay.
IOS 11.3 brings the ARKit version 1.5, providing augmented reality experiences even more immersive with the possibility of interacting even with posters, plaques and works of art. We detail more about it in this article part.
As promised in the midst of all the controversy, iOS 11.3 also introduces a new way for users to check the health of your batteries and if you want, I can (as Tim Cook had promised) disable feature which reduces the performance of iPhones 6 or higher (8, 8 Plus and X are not yet on the cake, remember) to avoid unexpected disconnections.
Another novelty coming in regards to health records integrated with iOS, which we talk about in more detail in this separate article.
Apple still promises, for iOS 11.3, clips on Apple Music via streaming, important videos of the day on Apple News (still unavailable in Brazil), new software authentication on HomeKit and support for Advanced Mobile Location (AML), which automatically sends the user's current location the moment he makes an emergency call in countries where AML is supported, of course.
Apple is already releasing today for developers a first beta of iOS 11.3, still without the resources of battery health and performance management. She promises to launch it to all users in the spring (from the northern hemisphere, that is, our autumn between March and June).