Yesterday, November 12, Apple started releasing the first beta test version of iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to Apple application developers. Now, without much delay, end users of the company’s devices can now download the first public test version of the same operating systems.
As expected, iOS 14.3 arrives with support for Apple’s ProRAW feature, which was announced by the company alongside the new iPhone 12 line. With this mode, owners of iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max can take advantage of the company’s technologies to capture images with noise reduction and multi-frame exposure adjustment while shooting in RAW.
In addition, the device’s browser now allows Ecosia to be set as the default search engine on the device, just like Google, DuckDuckGo, Yahoo and Bing. Ecosia is known for donating part of its surplus revenue to non-governmental organizations that operate in reforestation and conservationism.
In addition, the new version of the system for iPhones also includes pregnancy data in the Health app, support for scanning QR codes App Clips with the camera app, among other news.
Apple launches developer beta for iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2 and tvOS 14.3
It’s been a week since Apple released the stable version of iOS 14.2 to the public. So now is the time to start a new round of testing with the new features that will arrive in version 14.3.
That’s because Apple took advantage of last Thursday (12) to release the first developer beta of iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, WatchOS 7.2 and tvOS 14.3. The only one left out of the list was macOS, but that was expected, since Apple released the Big Sur version yesterday.
Now, when it comes to the main improvements and novelties present in the software, no one yet knows for sure what changes. The 9to5Mac folks even tried to find a clue, but all the “release notes” pages are down.
Despite the total silence of Apple and offline pages, iOS 14.3 can bring the ProRAW feature. The novelty was announced at the company’s event during the month of October, and the iPhone 12 line should only receive functionality after all tests.
For now, we still don’t know when Apple will release the public beta of iOS 14.3 and its other operating systems. Anyway, the public is already watching and waiting for the Cupertino company to comment on what news is added to its software.