Apple Releases iOS 11.3 Beta 3 For iPhone And iPad With Few New Under-The-Hood Features

Just after releasing iOS 11.2.6 to fix messaging crash bug, Apple has officially pushed out iOS 11.3 beta 3 to developers.

Apple continued with its release cycle for iOS 11.3 betas, two weeks after the second developer beta. Apple has released iOS 11.3 beta 3 for registered developers to test on iPhone and iPad. The release means that who are part of Apple Developer Program portal can download and install the latest pre-release build with immediate effect on all compatible iPhones and iPads.

Although, the development of iOS 11.3 with immediate release continued perfectly, and the latest beta seed is the next minor step in Apple’s journey to actually getting the highly-anticipated iOS 11.3 out into the hands of the global public.

The iOS 11.3 betas have proven to be a goldmine so far, as it includes 4 new Animoji on iPhone X: Lion, Skull, Bear, and Dragon; ARKit 1.5 with support for vertical surfaces like walls, irregular shaped surfaces like circular tables; support for auto-focus, and 50% higher resolution; Business Chat for iMessages in beta with Discover and much more.

Most important to note is that this latest release is a continuation of the good work put forward with beta 1 and beta 2, which should eventually start to introduce stability and show developers that bugs and issues are being removed.

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook promised better visibility and better management of the internal feature, iOS 11.3 beta 2 introduced the answer to that promise with a new inclusion that allows users to see exactly what’s going on and allow them to manually enable or disable the CPU throttling feature at will.

Alongside, the second pre-release seed of iOS 11.3 also uncovered the existence of a new framework called ClassKit – focused purely on building professional applications for education, along with the reintroduction of Messages on iCloud and AirPlay 2, among other changes.

For those who already have a beta configuration profile installed on their device, and want to continue testing iOS 11.3 and putting it through its paces, the latest pre-release seed is available to download right now from Settings > General > Software Update section, or in IPSW form from developer.apple.com.

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