Healthcare providers typically work with third-party vendors who maintain the software that enables hospitals and doctors' offices to provide electronic health records to patients in the first place. The improvements in ARKit 1.5 may help produce such a killer app, and it's interesting that Apple chose to lead off its press release with a developer-focused change. New animoji in iOS 11.3 Update includes a dragon, bear, skull and lion.
Apple is diving deeper into healthcare with a new feature that aims to boost interoperability by letting some iPhone users aggregate parts of their medical records. Mac users can beam files from their iOS devices to their Macs using Apple's AirDrop feature. This will be possible as it will now be able to recognize vertical surfaces like walls, as well as more accurately map non-rectangular surfaces like round tables. It offers a new way to communicate with your Business within the Messages app on your iOS device. Apple has lined up companies like Discover, Wells Fargo, Lowe's, and Hilton to start, although we suspect many more will be added in time.
The attraction of Business Chat is that you can converse with a support rep, schedule an appointment, and make purchases within the Messages app without sharing your contact information.
While videos can also be stored on iCloud and streamed by other users, Apple limits the clip length to five minutes. Now it it easier to update to stay up to date to the most important videos on Apple News with the new video group in option.
Until iOS 11.3 is released as a public beta, trying this new feature is reserved for members of the development program.
The News app will also be improved with Top Stores.
The iBooks app has been renamed to just Books, leading to speculation that iBook could be used again for an Apple hardware product.
With iOS 12 likely a good ways off, it's hard to say what exactly will be included in the update.
iOS 11.3 will give the iPhone's camera 50 percent greater resolution, and will support autofocus.