What’s new in iOS 12.3?

  • 30 May 2019
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What’s new in iOS 12.3?
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Find out what we know about the latest Beta version of Apple iOS 12.3…

It’s always an exciting time when there’s new releases. And, we’re usually kept on our toes with bits and pieces of information being teased out in the run up to the final date.
Recently, Apple released the latest Beta update (Beta 4) for its latest iOS, 12.3. Right now, only registered developers are lucky enough to get their hands on it, and it’s likely that we’ll see a few more Beta releases before the final release.

What will be in the final iOS 12.3 update?

So far we haven’t really seen anything huge, and there doesn’t seem to be any visible changes to the looks of the operating system.
The Beta 4 download comes in at around 164MB on an iPhone X, so most of the updates seem to be tweaks to enhancing performance. This is what we’ve found so far:

· Faster menu navigation for older iPhones.
· Updated modem firmware for better connectivity.
· Minor tweaks to battery efficiency.

iOS 13 is just around the corner, ahead of the next iPhone release, and it seems that Apple is holding back on some of the bigger updates for now. Which is no surprise really, otherwise there wouldn’t be anything left to get excited about when the final release does happen.
We’re excited to see what else the latest version of iOS has in store, and of course for the next iPhone release, because Apple always has something up their sleeve. Let’s hope it’s a peach!

What else is Apple working on?

We’re also anticipating the release of their new Gaming and TV subscription services, Apple Arcade and Apple TV, where users can pay a fee to enjoy unlimited access to libraries of unique, add-free content.
Invites have now been sent out for Apples keynote at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference 2019, and the week-long event is likely to showcase these services alongside the upcoming version of iOS 13, the latest MacOS and possible some other hardware.
It all starts on Monday the 3rd June in San Hose, California, and we don’t know if you’ve heard, but there are also rumours that iTunes could be being broken apart in favour of a few smaller standalone apps.

Whatever Apple is holding back for the event is sure to be great, so we’ll be keeping up to date with all the latest thrilling revelations.

What are you most excited about for the next version of iOS? Let us know in the comments.

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I like that Apple are always tweaking and trying to make things a little better for iOS. Whilst it doesn't sound like anything major in this release, iOS13 is sure to spring in a few great features so looking forward to that. Jase
Userlevel 4
Yes, I sure can't wait to see what great features are to come. 😁 @JaseA