On monday Apple officially launched both iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to the general public. This is a pretty big update for the iOS and iPadOS, welcoming new features to the mix for both.
Here’s the official changelog for iOS 14.3:
iOS 14.3 includes support for Apple Fitness+ and AirPods Max. This release also adds the ability to capture photos in Apple ProRAW on iPhone 12 Pro, introduces Privacy information on the App Store, and includes other features and bug fixes for your iPhone.
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Sometimes you just need to identify exactly the device your are holding in your hands to see its specs, features or just to simply know the exact firmware you need to download in order to restore your iPhone, iPad, iPod or AppleTV.
getiOS.com is here to help you; we’ve included in our website a very simple and easy way to do that. Follow this link to get to the iDevice identifier. Just look up the A-model printed on your iDevice and insert it in the search box. We’ll provide useful information about your iDevice in seconds.
There’s nothing quite like condensing your app collection into a single pane. That’s not always possible though, and so Apple is now allowing users to essentially hide pages of their home screen.
Long press your home screen to enter ‘edit mode’, and then tap the dots above the dock that show how many screens there are. From there, you can simply toggle pages on or off.
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