Today Apple has released their latest iOS 8.3 beta mobile operating system to developers enabling them to see the latest additions that Apple will be rolling out to the devices in the coming months.
New features included in the latest iOS 8.3 beta development software includes new CarPlay features, in the form of wireless connectivity.
Apple has also included two minutes Passbook feature which is now divided Apple Pay credit/debit cards and other cards into sections labeled “Apple Pay” and “Passes.”.
As well as removing the “beta” label from iCloud Photo Library and rolling out a new emoji picker, that allows users to organise their emoji characters into categories that are easily scrollable. Although it doesn’t appear to include placeholders for new emoji or an option for selecting new skin tones, reports the Mac Rumours website.
As previously rumoured iOS 8.3 introduces support for the China UnionPay network indicating that Apple may be planning to launch Apple Pay throughout China in the near future. Apple has also added support for Google two-step verification when logging into and adding Google accounts vid their iOS operating system, removing some of the need for application specific passwords.
For more information on the new Apple iOS 8.3 developer version of the mobile operating system jump over to the Apple Developer website for details.
Source: Mac Rumours : Apple
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