Apple releases iOS 11.3 with battery improvements, new Animoji, and more

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If you see any number below 95% next to "Maximum capacity", you should have an option below that to disable "Peak Performance Capability".

Furthermore, the company is working on the next big update - iOS 12, which will replace all iOS 11.3. iOS 12 will be released with the new features such as new emoji character along with the update that they have planned for 2019 where the quality and performance issues will be discussed.

Four new Animoji are arriving for iPhone X users: a lion, bear, skull and dragon.

"With iOS 11.3, apps can now deliver AR experiences that use vertical surfaces like walls and doors, in addition to horizontal surfaces like tables and chairs, and more accurately map to irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables", Apple explained. Within the conversation, the vendor can even list items for sale that can be instantly purchased using Apple Pay - all without leaving the app.

The new Business Chat section of iMessage lets users chat with partnered businesses (so far includes the likes Lowe's, Wells Fargo, Hilton, and Discover) for support and purchasing.

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Business Chat will launch with a handful of companies.

Amidst the brouhaha over Facebook's data mishandling, Apple is setting out to make its own data practices a bit more transparent in iOS 11.3.

The new feature will make it easier for users to keep up with their own lab results, medications, and conditions, the release said. This information will be accessible via a new privacy icon displayed when Apple will need your personal information to enable features, offer customization, etc.

Apple will soon introduce an updated website for managing Apple IDs, which will allow Apple users to download a copy of all of their data stored by the company, reports Bloomberg.

The introduction of ARKit with iOS 11 put augmented reality into the hands of hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users, making iOS the world's biggest AR platform.

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