Anyway, for those who have gotten the latest iOS 11.1, the update may not seem like there are many changes except for the obvious new App Store design and the Control Centre.
Playback of videos works just like it always has, modeling the card interface of standard music playback. Most notably, you'll now be able to check the health of your iPhone's battery, and you'll be able to see if your device is being throttled because of it.
The feature is included in iOS 11.3, released on Thursday.
Business Chat. First announced almost a year ago at WWDC 2017, Business Chat is a new way for iMessage users to communicate with businesses in the familiar, easy-to-use environment of the Messages app. Anyone with an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus can disable the power management option created to prevent unexpected shutdowns as a battery ages.
With 11.3, owners of iPhone 6 devices or newer can check on their battery's health from the Settings app.
If you've been mourning the loss of MTV's near-constant influx of music videos, you're in luck: Apple Music now puts music videos front and center. The Apple Watch and Apple TV also received updates. But the service is now only available in beta, and user who want it will have to install that version of the software. The site will essentially let users download all information stored across Apple's apps and services.