In the evening of January 25, one day after the release of the first beta version of iOS 11.3 for developers, it became available to all participants of the pre-testing program. The update can be downloaded over the air by the owners of all compatible devices. In addition, Apple released the debut beta watchOS 4.3 with bug fixes.
At first glance, the public beta of iOS 11.3 does not have any significant differences with the version intended solely for registered developers. The update contains an updated ARKit engine, the ability to download attachments from iMessages to the cloud, as well as new animoji, entries in the Health app, and battery monitoring mode.
At the moment it is not known what changes the first beta watchOS 4.3 contains. It is possible that when it was created, the company's developers focused on increasing the productivity of branded smart watches, as well as eliminating a number of system errors and improving OS security.