Apple releases iOS 8.3 with new Emojis, wireless CarPlay support and Bug fixes

By April 9th, 2015 AT 6:11 PM

Apple has its way of making sure that its updates are fully functional, after rolling out few betas for the developers along with public beta for consumers, iOS 8.3 software update is finally out. The new software version currently rolling out to all the Apple smartphones.

iOS 8.3 comes with many bug fixes along with an array of new features. The new features include, two-factor authentication for Google accounts, emoji picker, wide variety of emoji, wireless CarPlay support, and Apple Pay functionality enabled for the China UnionPay network F.

iOS 8.3

Few existing apps have also received minor updates, such as Messages, Passbook, and Photos. Siri has also got new language support with the ability to make calls through the speakerphone. Users can now download free apps without the pre-requisite to enter the Apple password.

The former version, iOS 8.1 came with the support for Apple Pay, and the iOS 8.2 included everything that was required to make the iPhone pair with the Apple Watch. We can assume that the update to iOS 8.4 might already be under development by now, which might be loaded with Apple’s forthcoming music streaming service.

In order to know more about the update, watch the video below, posted by 9to5Mac.

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