Why iOS 11.3 could bring customer service and EMR to the iPhone

Mar 30, 2018, 00:28
Why iOS 11.3 could bring customer service and EMR to the iPhone

The latest iOS release includes many other additions and changes.

While Apple claimed that was not the case and the throttling was simply the company's way of preserving device battery life, they later promised to give users the ability to disable the performance throttling entirely in a future iOS update.

Apple released iOS 11.3 into general availability on Thursday, with new ways for businesses to communicate with iPhone users, improved augmented reality (AR) functionality, access to personal health records, and more. To try it out, search for a business in Maps, Safari, Search, or via Siri, and you may see the option to text the company. The company realizes the importance of the cure on bugs in the iOS 11.3, and it is an advantage for the company that they are getting an opportunity to offer the solution. Within the conversation, the vendor can even list items for sale that can be instantly purchased using Apple Pay - all without leaving the app.

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You can grab the iOS 11.3 update over the air via the Settings app. Predictably you'll be able to use it to chat with an Apple Store representative, along with employees from Wells Fargo, The Home Depot, Marriott, Lowe's, Hilton and Discover.

The medical information - such as allergies, medical conditions, vaccinations, lab tests, medical procedures, and vitals - will be available to iPhone users who are patients at 39 health systems that are working with Apple, including Stanford Medicine and Johns Hopkins.

It arrives more than a month the launch of iOS 11.2.6, a minor update that brought bug fixes.

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Just be sure to have your credit card handy before you dive in - to watch any of the new music videos, you need to be an Apple Music subscriber.

Apple says the feed from the camera in AR applications has a 50 percent sharper resolution in iOS 11.3, and also supports autofocus for the first time.

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