The iOS 11.3 Beta 2 arrives with Battery Heath Feature

iOS 11.3 battery health

The previous iOS 11.3 Beta from Apple had some issues being faced after which iOS 11.3 Beta 2 is out to bring out new features that will help in knowing iPhone’s battery health. The features under this software enables you to find the health of the battery of your older smartphones such as the iPhone 6 or even the iPhone 6s.

The iOS 11.3 Beta 2 is an update, that can be found under the Battery section of the Settings app. The software  available for the download makes it easy to find the health of the battery through the Battery Health section.

This will show the total capacity of the battery. If the test gives the result that the battery has a 100% then there is nothing to worry. However, the lesser statistics result would be a concern for the battery’s health.

The iOS 11.3 beta 2 gives the option to not download a third-party app or go to the Apple Store for this.

Apple is offering discounted $29 battery replacements to all iPhone 6, iPhone 6S, and iPhone 7 users. This is the right time to introduce the software as the same would prevent the customers visiting the Apple Store for the battery issues. The iPhone 7 shows a maximum capacity of 86%.

The iOS 11.3 beta 2 can be installed by going to the section of – Settings > General > Software Update, and you should be prompted to download and install the update.

Also, the 11.3 beta 2 brings the newest version of Apple’s augmented reality kit, ARKit 1.5. In addition to horizontal surfaces, ARKit will now be able to recognize and place objects on verticals surfaces, like walls and doors.

In other words, the new Battery Health feature lets you know the maximum capacity of your battery, also allowing to know as to whether or not it is operating at peak capacity.

The feature says that on a device with a battery that needs to be replaced, power management can be toggled off.

The “Beta” feature, and Apple will likely continue to refine and update its Battery Health feature over the course of the beta testing period.

So, its time for ‘better battery life’.