Apple iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max get ProRAW with iOS 14.3

Sagar, 15 December 2020

Apple has released iOS 14.3 that enables the ProRAW feature on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. What that does is give you all the standard RAW data with the photos, while also retaining the information generated by the phone's processing algorithms.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max get ProRAW with iOS 14.3

Additionally, iOS 14.3 brings Apple Fitness+ and AirPods Max support, while introducing privacy information on the App Store and squashing a few bugs.

You can check out the complete changelog of iOS 14.3 below for all the details:

  • Apple Fitness+
    • A new fitness experience powered by Apple Watch with studio-style workouts available on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV (Apple Watch Series 3 and later)
    • New Fitness app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV to browse Fitness+ workouts, trainers, and personalized recommendations
    • Video workouts added each week in ten popular workout types: High Intensity Interval Training, Indoor Cycling, Yoga, Core, Strength, Dance, Rowing, Treadmill Walking, Treadmill Running, and Mindful Cooldown
    • Playlists curated by Fitness+ trainers to complement your workout
    • Fitness+ subscription available in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and United States
  • AirPods Max
    • Support for AirPods Max, new over-ear headphones
    • High fidelity audio for rich sound
    • Adaptive EQ adapts sound in real time to the personal fit of ear cushions
    • Active Noise Cancellation to block out environmental noise
    • Transparency mode to hear the environment around you
    • Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking for a theater-like listening experience
  • Photos
    • Apple ProRAW photos can be captured on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max
    • Apple ProRAW photos can be edited in the Photos app
    • Option to record video at 25 fps
    • Mirror the front facing camera for still photos on iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
  • Privacy
    • New privacy information section on App Store pages that includes a developer-reported summary of the app's privacy practices
  • TV app
    • An all-new Apple TV+ tab makes it easy to discover and watch Apple Original shows and movies
    • Enhanced search so you can browse by category such as genre, and see recent searches and suggestions as you type
    • Top search results shown with the most relevant matches across movies, TV shows, cast, channels, and sports
  • App Clips
    • Support for launching App Clips by scanning Apple-designed App Clip Codes via Camera or from Control Center
  • Health
    • Ability to indicate pregnancy, lactation, or contraceptive use in Cycle Tracking in the Health app in order to better manage period and fertile window predictions
  • Weather
    • Air quality data is now available in Weather, Maps, and Siri for locations in China mainland
    • Air quality health recommendations are provided in Weather and Siri for the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, India, and Mexico at certain air quality levels
    • Air quality data in Weather, Maps, and Siri reflects updated national scales for Germany and Mexico
  • Safari
    • Ecosia search engine option in Safari
  • Bugs Fixes
    • Some MMS messages may not be received
    • Contact groups failed to display members when composing a message
    • Some videos would not appear correctly when shared from the Photos app
    • App folders may fail to open
    • Spotlight search results, and opening apps from Spotlight may not work
    • Bluetooth could be unavailable in Settings
    • MagSafe Duo Charger could wirelessly charge your iPhone at less than the maximum power
    • Wireless accessories and peripherals using the WAC protocol could fail to complete setup
    • The keyboard would dismiss when adding a list in Reminders while using VoiceOver

iOS 14.3 is rolling out over the air and should reach iPhone 6s and newer models soon. But if you don't want to wait, you can check for the update manually by heading to the Settings > General > Software Update menu on your device.



Reader comments

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