The new iOS update adds AirPods Max support, SMS receipt failure fix and 25fps recording
This iOS 14.3 update is now live, bringing with it the potential to address some issues and problems linked to the the previous version. They may include the iPhone 12 series' failure to use non-MagSafe wireless chargers properly, as well as their inability to charge with the same new system's Duo Charger accessory at its rated speed.
This version is also the one in which Apple has unlocked the ability to use and edit in the ProRAW format for the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. The Cupertino giant had promoted this as a selling point for the 2 new models at their launch, but had not been able to activate it in their software until now.
Given that the AirPods Max have now launched, iOS 14.3 also handily adds support for these new headphones. It also covers their active noise-cancelling (ANC), Transparency, real-time EQ, spatial audio and high-quality audio features. Similarly, the update also includes the new Fitness+ subscription service, which should offer access to comprehensive video work-outs and playlists.
This new OS version also includes an update to the App Store, covering a new requirement that every page contains a "privacy information section", filled in by the developer in question. The update should be rolling out to users with iPhones of all eligible lines from now.