The iOS 11.3 update, released this morning, also has privacy improvements in the form of new privacy splash screens that are displayed within each of Apple's apps when you open them for the first time to explain what data Apple collects and why.
Playback of videos works just like it always has, modeling the card interface of standard music playback.
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Data and privacy also got a boost in iOS 11.3, the release said, specifically regarding how users can understand how their data is used. If your iPhone's performance is being throttled to prevent unexpected shutdowns, this screen will communicate that and provide the option to disable that throttling.
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However, now that the release is finalized and being rolled out on products such as the new iPad 6, we should start to see much more progress on the iOS 11.3 jailbreaking front. A new privacy icon and detailed privacy information will appear whenever Apple asks for access to personal information to enable features, secure Apple services or personalise an iOS experience.
If you've been mourning the loss of MTV's near-constant influx of music videos, you're in luck: Apple Music now puts music videos front and center. Users can watch the hottest new videos, classics or ones from their favourite artists back-to-back in new music video playlists.
There's also a Business Chat feature (still in beta and only for the U.S. for now) in the Messages app that provides a new way to communicate with participating businesses. New Animoji in iOS 11.3 includes a lion, dragon, bear, and skull. These markets join Apple TV app users in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and the UK.
Support for Advanced Mobile Location (AML) to automatically send a user's current location when making a call to emergency services in countries where AML is supported.