Apple releases iOS 12.3 beta 3 to developers


Yesterday we saw a video showing off the new features in iOS 12.3 beta 3, we also saw some speed tests earlier today and now we have another video.

We are also excited about other features that will be coming to Mac sometime this summer.

For this article, we will be basing it from a report talking about new features and APIs for developers that will reportedly be announced at WWDC 2019.

For those of you lucky enough to be included in developer's program or it's Beta Software program, the company is now releasing the third build versions of it's many softwares, including iOS 12.3 build number 16F5139e, watchOS 5.2.1 build number 16U5101c, tvOS 12.3 build number 16M5139a, and macOS 10.14.5 build number 18F118d. Apple can do incredible things with these devices by enhancing the hardware power through iOS 13. This includes media playback, search, voice calling, event ticketing, message attachment, train trip, flight, airport gate, and seat information.

UIKit apps on Mac will be able to open multiple windows. With this feature, you are able to set limits for how long you can be in a certain app or category of apps.

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Split View apps ported from iOS will have the ability to be resized by dragging the divider and its position reset by double-clicking the divider. Aimed at third-party developers, the extended support for Apple-enabled AR headsets comes as the company tries to deal itself into AR after years of talk with little action. The ARKit update would also allow the app to recognize human poses too. Going into System Preferences allows you to see Screen Time, which will be found within a new panel.

NFC will be improved, allowing third-party developers to read any ISO7816, FeliCa or MiFare tags. However, those who are a part of public beta version can get the new version soon after the developer beta is rolled out.

Third-party developers will be able to access the document scanning functionality.

A new API that developers can use to write device drivers. Tell us what you think about the iOS features coming to Mac and if this will make life easier for you to go between your devices.