If you were not inundated by multiple tests surrounding Apple Watch, here’s another news: iOS 8.3 is finally released. After tests for more than two months, the new version of the mobile operating system from Apple features a number of fixes and improvements expected.
The last update of the mobile platform from Apple, iOS, arrives for all users, providing greater diversity of emoji and other improvements. The update, version 8.3, adds more than 300 new emoji, with a wider range of skin colors. Flags of countries are also represented. In addition, new emoji resemble the family of Apple products: iPhone, iMac, and Apple Watch.
The other major change is the addition of support for CarPlay an embedded version of iOS for vehicles, which allows users to connect their iPhone to the dashboard display their vehicles.
The performance has been improved in all areas. According to the release notes, you can expect to have a smartphone that launches faster and more responsive applications. In addition, you should have a more fluid behavior with Wi-Fi, and get multiple enhancements to the Messages application, the Control Centre, Safari, third keyboards, keyboard shortcuts. Finally, small adjustments were made in the App Store, Passbook, Apple Pay, Siri, Photos and iMessage.
There are a host of different patches, which you can find on the official iOS 8.3.
How to install the update iOS 8.3
In the rest of this article, you will be able to install the update iOS 8.3 on your device. Here is all the information to download and install the update.
iOS 8.3 is compatible with the following devices:
More iPhone 6,iPhone 6
, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s Air iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad (fourth gen), iPad (3rd generation), iPad 2 Mini iPad 3, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini iPod Touch 5G
For those of you who have had issues with iOS 8, iOS 8.1 or iOS 8.2, this update, with numerous bug fixes promises to repair these injuries. The update to iOS 8.3 is a free update for all iOS devices 8, and you do not need to use iOS 8.3 for Apple Watch. Following these simple steps, you should be able to complete the update in 25 minutes.
1. Make sure your device is connected to a power source
It is always good to be prepared, and make sure you are connected to a power source before an update is a good practice.
2. Make a backup of all data
Although iOS updates from Apple tend to be reliable, it does not mean you will not have to back up your data. To do this, go to Settings> iCloud> Storage & Backup. Under this option, drag and enable the Backup option on iCloud.
3. Update iOS 8.3
Over-the-air [Wi-Fi][list style=”check”] [li]in the settings, click General> Software Update[/li] [li]there you will be able to have the details of the update, you can click on Download and Install[/li] [li]you will have to enter your password before the upgrade starts[/li] [li]once you have entered your password, you must accept twice the terms and conditions Update for iOS 8.3, and it starts downloading[/li] [li]you will now be prompted to restart. If you’re not ready, you can choose to cancel, otherwise let the device reboot and install[/li] [li]when the device restarts, you are prompted to re-enter your password.[/li] [/list]
Connect your device to your computer and launch iTunes (if it does not automatically) on the left of iTunes, locate your device, then click in the centre, there will now be the version details and an option to upgrade. Click “Check for Updates”. a dialogue box will appear and notify you that a new software version is available If you are ready to upgrade to iOS 8.3 click Download a list of what’s new in iOS 8.3 appears, click Next, and then click Accept If prompted, enter your password on your device the update will now download and install follow the instructions and enter your password, and then enter the password for your Apple ID So no worries?