iOS 11.3 Beta 3 Release Notes, Changes, Features: Everything You Need To Know

Here are iOS 11.3 beta 3 developer release notes, changes, features, security content and everything new in this latest pre-release seed.

What’s new in official iOS 11.3 beta 3 firmware? Before we start saying all things new in one place, we have to say something about it. First beta of iOS 11.3 brings in new features and also took high-level overview approach of the improvements which will be introduced alongside the initial iOS 11.3 when it ultimately drops later for everyone.

Now, iOS 11.3 beta 3 is released for developers to download and install on compatible devices. Because there is going to be a period of time where developers and testers will not only investigate but also test their own apps and experiences on the firmware. It also means that we will inevitably see a bunch of tweets and social posts where those same developers highlight and discuss the new improvements and features of iOS 11.3 beta 3 in great detail.

As far as Apple’s developer-facing release notes are concerned, we can also immediately look at what has been added and changed from a user-point of perspective as well as behind the scenes with improvements and amends made to underlying frameworks and developer tools, where applicable.

About iOS 11.3 features in general, Apple has already announced that it will be upgrading the Animoji feature in Messages, bringing advancements to HealthKit and ARKit. Even said to be introducing a new Business Chat feature built into Messages which will allow specific companies to easily talk with and assist customers directly through the native Messages app on iPhone and iPad. Alongside, there’s a new Battery Health feature (added in beta 2). What Apple didn’t show up is that announcement post was bringing back of Messages in Cloud feature, as can be seen in the release notes below.

In short, as we see and feel like it is a whole new version of iOS rather than a timely point update.

Those interested in iOS 11.3 beta 3 and everything that it offers, you can check out Apple’s official release notes and changelog below:

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