Apple Music subscribers are now getting more for their monthly fee: music videos have been added to the streaming platform.
Back in late 2017, Apple revealed that they were slowing down older iPhones in order to protect the battery.
Now, a new function included in the company's upcoming operating system, iOS 11.3, will allow you to de-throttle your phone if you so choose.
Starting in May, you will be able to get a copy of your data, request a correction to your data, deactivate your account as well as delete your account entirely. As seen in the preview, iOS 11.3 brings new Animoji for iPhone X users, as well as a couple of other new features.
To do this, just go to Settings Battery on an iPhone 6 or later.
You'll be able to switch off the "power management feature" which "dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns", causing performance to lag in older devices.
The new "Music Videos" category is tucked in the "Browse" panel, and is now showcasing a couple of Apple Music exclusives and an Apple-curated "Today's Video Hits" playlist.
The web page will let users download data stored across individual apps and services. Apple is relatively strict, however, in the extent to which it allows apps to access data held on its hardware. These markets join Apple TV app users in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK.
It offers support for "Advanced Mobile Location", which automatically transmits your current location whenever you make a call to emergency services.
HomeKit software authentication provides a great new way for developers to add HomeKit support to existing accessories while protecting privacy and security.
The beta test version of the software was released a few weeks prior to the main launch.
APPLE has rolled out a major new iPhone update (iOS 11.3) - and we've got all the details.