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The 5 biggest new features coming in iOS 11.3

27 January 2018, 07:20 | Virginia Benson

For the first time iPhone users will be able to access medical records through the Health app

For the first time iPhone users will be able to access medical records through the Health app

This afternoon Apple released the newest version of iOS for iPhone and iPad, iOS 11.3 (in public beta form.) Users will be able to download this software whenever they get the opportunity, starting earlier today.

Patients from Johns Hopkins Medicine and MedStar Health are among those who can now see their medical records in one place on their iPhones because of an upgrade Apple made to its Health app.

The new iOS 11.3 is bringing Apple users a lot of new features - including Animoji, iCloud Messages, and even a new ARKit.

Usually reliable sources Ming-Chi kuo and Mark Gurman of Bloomberg have also both predicted that Apple will ditch the Touch ID home button on a new iPad model, to make the bezels thinner and the screen bigger.

The type of information you'll be able to access includes allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals. HealthKit enables users to develop health and fitness apps. Some battery management options to the older devices. Health Records data is encrypted and passcode-protected. Before that, and putting all thoughts of how Apple got to this point aside, we thought we'd have a bit of fun and conceptualize what this feature would look like and highlight some of the challenges Apple is facing.

Apple has released a test version of a Health Records app on the Apple Watch and iPhone this week that gives users full access to their medial records.

The developer preview of iOS 11.3 is available to iOS Developer Program, iOS 11.3 will be available this spring.

Other coming features include improved support for augmented reality (AR), four new animated emoji characters, and a Health App update for viewing medical records. You'll come prepared allowing you to benefit more from your appointment.

Besides, only two weeks ago an iPhone battery exploded in an Apple store in Zurich, Switzerland, wherein one worker sustained minor burn injuries while 50 workers and customers were forced to leave the store. With ARKit 1.5, as well as recognising and placing virtual objects on horizontal surfaces such as tables and chairs, it can also place virtual objects on vertical surfaces such as walls and doors.

Starting on February 9, a new feature will be available - HomePod. Unfortunately this updates are only available for iphone 6 and later. Now the users can enjoy the music videos via app without seeing by ads. The update will also add Advanced Mobile Location to automatically send a user's location to emergency services.

The updated Health Records feature is in beta.

For Apple, the new update could help make its devices more useful to the users.

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