Yesterday Apple previewed key iOS 11.3 improvements and from today on iPhone users are able to install first Public Beta.
Something to consider before installing: the update is 3GB so it will take up some storage.
Earlier Apple published a message to its customers explaining battery aging and how the company prevented older iPhones from unexpected shutdowns with software updates.
Many iPhone owners spotted that their iPhones are slowing down and users are experiencing performance reductions after each new update being installed.
Apple promised to launch new feature likely to arrive in a future iOS 11.3 Beta and provide users with more control over their iPhones. A toggle to turn off performance throttling along with battery performance insights will arrive. Although Apple is not recommending performance management disabling, users will be able to maximise performance of their older iPhones and replace batteries if battery health stats are reporting replacement. The feature will be available for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
To find it simply navigate to Settings -> Battery.
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