Monday, March 30, 2015

iOS 8.3 Beta 4 Features Roundup Detailed Guide

Let's review iOS 8.3 beta 4 features roundup. Apple company has just launched the fourth beta of iOS 8.3 version, and as most of its features have already been revealed through earlier betas, the company has made some notable tweaks this time around.



Let's review all new features and improvements that Apple will gain to its latest iOS 8.3 software update.
The Emoji keyboard has been completely rearranged in iOS 8.3. To easy navigate via the large emoji library the emojis list of is no longer paginated.

Apple company has also added some new people emoji for greater diversity and 32 new country flags. Family emoji now has multiple same sex couples with children and without and also with a specific skin tone.


The upcoming update also comes with a new emoji and emoji skin tone modifiers. When you select an emoji with a skin tone, you can choose a specific skin tone from one of six options.

CarPlay, that was first officially supported a year ago with iOS 7.1, will be going wireless, which is much more in-keeping with the Apple way of doing things.


Google Two Factor authentication support. Google account logins will be able to capitalize on the added security of two-factor authentication, while iCloud Photo Library will finally crawl out of beta.

iOS 8.3 also brought some new features and improvements for Siri. Users will be able to use “Hey Siri” to make a call and direct it to the speakerphone.

iOS 8.3 also brings additional language and country support for to Siri: English (India, New Zealand), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Netherlands), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian (Russia), Swedish (Sweden), Thai (Thailand) and Turkish (Turkey). Apple has also given the digital personal assistant a nice boost in voice performance.


Apple has also improved the design of the keyboard in iOS 8.3 increased the width of the space bar key, and reduced the size of the Go and period keys. This should help avoid accidentally tapping the period key while using Safari.

iOS 8.3 brings minor feature for Messages app. It includes a new ‘Conversation List Filtering’ option for Messages. If the feature is enabled, it adds tabs to the Messages app, which shows messages from people in your Contacts in the Contacts & SMS tab and those from unknown senders in Unknown Senders tab.


As you may notice from iOS 8.3 beta 4 features roundup Apple added many useful option for its users and fixed some issues.