It's been a huge source of controversy for the brand, and this update is meant to allow users of the iPhone 6 and above to choose between longer battery life at reduced performance or shorter battery life at full performance.
Apple has started to preview some of the features set to be included in the next major iOS update, and the moment you've surely been waiting for has arrived: new Animoji are coming to the the iPhone X. New animojis for one: dragon, bear, skull and lion bring the total of available characters to 16.
Finally, the Health app will now let you view your personal health records, sourced from hospitals and clinics that you've visited.
With the new update, users will be able to save their Messages on iCloud and free up more available space on their devices.
The developer preview of iOS 11.3 is available to iOS Developer Programme members at developer.apple.com now.
Apple apologized for its handling of battery and power management in December, noting that it would reduce the price of iPhone battery replacements and also come out with new tools to provide greater transparency into battery health. Power management is now present on members of the iPhone 6, 6S, SE, and 7-gen devices.
The update will also include a new Business Chat feature, which the firm says enables users to communicate directly with businesses from within the Messages app.
New features to show battery health and recommend if a battery needs to be serviced will be introduced in its upcoming iOS 11.3 update, Apple announced on Wednesday (Jan 24). For example, users could view virtual, interactive exhibits in museums or animate images in movie posters, according to Apple.
The ability to turn off power management comes after criticism over the past few weeks that Apple was slowing down the performance of older iPhones.
Other features include, ability on Apple Music to stream music videos without being interrupted by ads and new new music video playlists option.
iOS 11.3 update will also let ARKit integrate real world images into AR experiences, and all this is done using advanced computer vision techniques. Another new feature is Health Records in the Health app, which is created to keep all of your medical records in one place.
Besides that, Apple Music will soon be the home for music videos.