Apple rolled out the final version of iOS 14.3 to iPhones and iPads late at night. The new features are numerous, but we will especially remember one, namely the arrival of ProRAW on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max .
Apple ProRAW, a new format designed for photographers
The ProRAW was presented during the Keynote in October, alongside the iPhones.
As the name reasonably suggests, this new image format is based on RAW. It therefore frees itself from compression and allows people with a compatible smartphone to capture raw photos.
The interest of the thing? It is simple. ProRAW, like RAW, stores more data, which makes the editing process easier.
Be careful, however, because ProRAW is not activated by default. However, a quick manipulation is enough to be able to enjoy it. We explain the procedure here.
Apple Fitness + available!
Also presented during the Keynote in October, Apple Fitness + comes in the form of a new service dedicated to sport.
Paid, the latter allows the user to access a wide choice of training sessions led by coaches. It therefore makes it possible to follow training sessions aimed at making us lose weight or firm our figure. And of course, it takes full advantage of the little Apple Watch.
Be careful, however, because Fitness + is limited to a handful of markets for the moment, such as Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand or the United States. France is not one of the targeted markets for the moment.
AirPods Max support
Presented with great fanfare last week, the AirPods Max will begin shipping in the coming days.
Apple is therefore anticipating by integrating in iOS 14.3 a series of optimizations specially designed for the accessory. Thanks to this new version of the platform, you will be able to take full advantage of the company's new helmet. From it, but also from all the functions it offers, such as the adaptive equalizer, transparency mode or even spatial audio which until then remained the prerogative of AirPods Pro .
And then ?
In addition to these three major new features, the platform brings a lot of little extra things like health recommendations in the Weather application and Siri for certain countries, a new section devoted to data privacy on the App Store or the Support for App Clips, which lets you test apps without having to install them.
And of course, on top of all this new stuff, there's also a ton of bugfixes to be reckoned with.