Sometimes it’s a good thing that we have to wait for the newest tech to get here. Okay, we might just be trying to cheer ourselves up but Apple’s iOS 14.3 has just launched, a few days ahead of official iPhone 12 availability in South Africa, and the OS update brings with it access to Apple’s new ProRAW image format, which is supposed to do all sorts of magical things. Like making image editing slickers and smoother by combining Apple’s post-processing with the versatility of the RAW image format, for instance.
What’s new in iOS 14.3
ProRAW is now available for both Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro and the much higher-end iPhone 12 Pro Max but there are a collection of other upgrades for the iPhone 12 also launching with the OS update. On the camera front, there’s now the option to select video recording at 25fps in the Camera app, and the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X all get the ability to mirror the front-facing camera for stills.
Users can now set custom app icons in iOS 14.3 much more easily. Apple’s made it so users can run shortcuts from the Homescreen without launching the Shortcuts app. The Apple TV app has been changed, with a new tab for Apple Original content, as well as improved search functions across the board. Apple Fitness+, which isn’t available in SA, is also supported by Apple’s new software update.
Source: via The Verge