The public launch of Apple’s biggest iOS update in 2018 so far might be just a few weeks away, now that developers just received another beta build for iOS 11.3.
Apple seeded iOS 11.3 beta six to developers this morning, bring a bunch of bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements to the iPhone and iPad.
Developers can grab the new iOS 11.3 from Apple online developer portal. It can also be installed as an over-the-air update if you have the previous build already installed on your device.
What’s inside iOS 11.3
Apple has add both major and minor changes with iOS 11.3, including the addition of new animoji and iCloud Messages. Support for business chat has been added to iMessage.
iOS 11.3 also brings some of the battery health features Apple promised users. The new tools let you check your battery’s health and choose whether or not to have your CPU speeds throttled in order to prevent random reboots.
The public launch of iOS 11.3 could be just weeks away considering the company rarely releases more than six beta builds for an iOS update. With the company’s educational event coming up on March 27, the launch may happen by the end of the month.